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Bagasse

Bagasse is fibrous material that remains after sugarcane stalks have been crushed to extract their juice. Environmental friendly packaging. See C4 plants.

Lifecycle of Bagasse

  1. Sugarcane harvest from the field
  2. Sugarcane juice extracted in the sugar factory for production. Bagasse is leftover.
  3. Wet Bagasse sent to paper mill allocated near the sugar factory
  4. Bagasse produced with an environmentally friendly procedure
  5. Bagasse ready for use
  6. Product in use
  7. Decomposing after use
  8. Compost turned into nutrient soil

ECO-FASHION ENCYCLOPEDIA

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