This article aims to provide information on two aspects: firstly, wastemanagement of residual biological agro-industrialmaterialsgeneratedfromagriculture, andsecondly, for the sustainable remediation of textile wastewater. Annually, huge amounts of solid renewable biomass materials are generated worldwide from agricultural and farming sectors. The generation of these vast amounts of solid wastes could be utilised as a valuable and renewable natural resource for various applications. The goal of promoting sustainable development has increased the interest in recycling wastes economically and in an eco-friendly way. This article reviews the published research on this topic and discusses the usage of these solid substrates in the remediation of a major environmental component, textile dye-contaminated water. The purpose of this article is to discuss an integrated and cross-disciplinary approach to sustainable solid and liquid waste management and remediation of environmental components and to report the biological approaches and their efficiency in a chemical-free and economically viable bioremediation process for large volumes of dye-contaminated water resources.
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This work involved no experimental labwork and therefore, received no external funding, There is no research grant used in compiling of this review article.
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- Agricultural residues
- Agro wastes
- Textile euent
- Waste management
- Waste remediation