An Investigation of Developing a 3D Printing Industry through the Recycling of Plastic Waste in Mauritius

The Mauritius Research and Innovation Council (MRIC) together with the Middlesex University Mauritius, International Economics Consulting Ltd and Mini Factory have commissioned a research into the potential of 3D Filament Printing Industry in Mauritius through recycling of plastic waste.

The research paper has been published by the International Journal of Engineering and Technology. The research looked at the environmental and economic challenges household and industrial products pose in Mauritius, more specifically the engineering implications of converting plastic waste into 3D printing filaments in order to reduce the amount of plastic that will end up in landfill. The paper can be accessed here.

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