Medicon Agriculture & Environmental Sciences

Research Article

Volume 4 Issue 5

Extraction of Natural Dye

Amruta Mokashi, Aditya Patil, Priyanka mude, Vishakha Shirsat, Paresh Bhangale* and Sagar Toge
Department of Chemical Engineering, India
*Corresponding Author: Paresh Bhangale, Department of Chemical Engineering, India.

Published: May 13, 2023

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Avoiding environmental pollution is the major goal of dye extraction from plant (natural) sources. Many studies are being conducted worldwide on the applications of natural dyes in following textile industry so which produces a outcome of the current concerned about the use of eco-friendly and biodegradable products. Synthetic dyes have effluent issues not just when they are used in the textile industry, but also when they are made, and potentially even when their intermediates and other basic components are synthesized. After synthetic dyes were discovered in the particular 1856, the usage of natural dyes for textile dyeing prominently dropped. The dyes have become a significant replacement for synthetic colures in recent years. The created dyes were examined by dying cotton cloth. In this study we have to took three different raw material through which extract dye from them and demonstrate the scale of colour they umbrid on material that has been used example taken has onion peel, marigold pomegranate we used different extraction process.

Keywords: Dyes; Textiles; Mordants; Biodegradable; Fabrics