Nanotechnology Innovations Enhancing Recycling and Reuse of Waste

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With the global growth in production and processing, the amount of production wastes and end-of-life products is constantly rising. Research studies highlight that by 2025 the solid wastes will reach over 2 billion tones per year; this creates a high demand for new technologies and processes for effective recycling and reuse. Nanotechnology can impact the recycling industry in three major categories: the recycling of nanomaterials, the recycling of solid wastes by nanoprocessing, and the improvement of existing processes in order to reduce the amount of wastes generated. The market is witnessing many small- and medium entities dealing with one specific product or nanoprocess for waste management.The Nanotech Te

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Nanotechnology Innovations Enhancing Recycling and Reuse of WasteNanotechnology Innovations Facilitating Recycling and Reuse of WasteProcess for Manufacturing Cellulose NanocrystalsNanotechnology-based Process for End-of-Life Tire RecyclingNanostructured Filter and Flat Filament for Infrared Light Recycling Effective Method for Producing of Nanostructured Lead Strategic Insights Small and Medium Enterprises Dominate the Industry Increasing Waste and End-of-Life Products is Driving a Strong Need for Effective Recycling TechnologiesKey PatentsPatent Filings Related to Energy Recycling are IncreasingNanomaterials from Renewable Sources are Gaining Focus in IP FilingsKey ContactsIndustry Contacts

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