Student company innovates biodegradable fishing line in Oman

MUSCAT : Hyaal, a student company affiliated with the University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Muscat, has created an environmentally friendly, safe, and biodegradable fishing line, made of cellulose fibers extracted from the mesquite tree (marine Ghaf).

The innovation is even more significant because of the fact that mesquite is an invasive species harmful to the environment. Furthermore, by using cellulose fibers from the mesquite tree to create biodegradable fishing line, the company is also deviating from the reliance on imported raw materials.

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