The African country of Uganda is one of the world’s largest consumers of bananas. But for every ton of the fruit, plantations leave behind two tons of refuse. TexFad transforms them into tough fiber that can be woven into rugs, place mats, and even hair extensions.
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How Banana Waste Is Turned Into Rugs, Fabric, And Hair Extensions | World Wide Waste