Aerospace companies are making progress toward minimizing the negative environmental impact of difficult-to-recycle composite materials used in aircraft manufacturing. In addition to a recent announcement from Boeing that it has partnered with a UK company to recycle excess composite materials from its factories into automotive equipment, a French consortium is working to develop biosourced composites from long bamboo fibers to replace polymer-based materials used to make aircraft cabin ...

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