cotton waste

cotton waste

n
(Textiles) refuse cotton yarn, esp when used as a cleaning material
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And I wouldn't have then, only I sent up this cotton waste and oil from the engine-room this afternoon for a girl upstairs who had her hand burned with a smoothing-iron.
He said that ginning factories and oil mills were ensuring proper disposal of cotton waste.
She observed this while inspecting the burning of cotton waste in brick kilns and the process of disposal of waste in ginning factories and oil mills in different areas of South Punjab on Friday.
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The cotton waste available at ginning factories, oil mills and brick kilns must be destroyed till February.
Lenzing is launching a Tencel fiber made from cotton waste fabrics to drive 'circular economy' solutions in the textile industry.
Woody cotton waste is blended, pasteurized, and embedded in the customized tool.
Cotton waste, which was exported at a very low rate two decades ago, is now an important raw material for hygienic hospital products, wipers and dishcloth, mope rope, floor cleaning mops, towels and woven fabric that are all exported at much higher value.
Similarly, maximum yield was obtained when these strains were grown on cotton waste while it was on the lower side mungbean straw.
They found a bag containing a bottle of petrol, a diesel can and cotton waste to indicate that the attackers had intention of arson.
Previously, Holt had used the ARS-patented Cotton Byproducts (COBY) process as a low-cost way to develop cotton waste into products such as hydromulches.
Fire chief Supt John Henry Cundall was just back from his holidays to lead the team fighting this fire (above) at T H Mortimer and Co, cotton waste dealers in Half Moon Street, Huddersfield in 1903.