WHEAT STRAW IS RECENTLY BEING USED AS FILLER FOR THERMOPLASTIC COMPOSITES AS POLYPROPILENE OR ABS
Wheat-straw is mainly an agricultural waste product that remains after grain or juice is extracted from the crops. Wheat straw is recently being used as filler for thermoplastic composites as polypropilene or ABS. It is a valuable environmentally friendly resource that, while upgrading the outlook of many reuseable products, helps to reduce the amount of plastics used while reusing natural sources.
A mixture design with wheat straw and ABS or PP. Combining a natural waste material while reducing the usage of thermoplastics