This book discusses recent developments in renewable and sustainable materials from a green technology perspective and how these materials interact with the environment. It highlights the fundamental processes involved in the production of renewable and sustainable materials, including chemical and biological approaches as well as these materials' potential application as green technological option. Written in a didactic style, it offers a guide and insights into renewable and sustainable materials. Each chapter provides in-depth technical information on the material's theory and its applications. The book shows how new materials may help us solve human and environmental issues in the future and suggests where current research may lead.
Provides a one-stop guide to the processes, productions, development, and application of renewable and sustainable materials from a green technology perspective
Conveys the fundamentals of sustainable materials, from biological and chemical production processes to their application in the green technology industries
Presents the content in a didactic style, loaded with the latest research findings for contemporary teaching and research