Definition of Jute.

Jute is the second largest natural fibre, with cotton in first place. It is mainly grown in Bangladesh, India and Brazil. It is known that the highest quality jute fiber comes from Bangladesh. It is a cellulose fiber, which allows an annual harvest. It is 100% biodegradable and non toxic. One hectare of jute absorbs 15 tons of carbon dioxide and releases 11 tons of oxygen into the air. This is about 4 times more than the poplar tree, which is often grown for its excellent ability to produce oxygen.


Further advantages of Jute

  1. It is about 30% lighter than glass fibre.
  2. It has a low density.
  3. It has insulating properties.
  4. It is 100% natural, biodegradable, recyclable and combustible.
  5. It has antistatic and UV protection properties.
  6. It is CO2-neutral, antibacterial and antiseptic.


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