About the Journal

E-ISSN: 2758-3163

Aims and Scope
New Environmentally-Friendly Materials is an international open access journal. The journal aims to publish cutting-edge developments and latest achievements in the field of environmental protection materials, focuses on the scientific research, production processes and practical applications in environmental protection materials. New Environmental Materials aims to provide a service platform for achieving environmental sustainability and enhancing the quality of life.

The scope of The New Environmentally-Friendly Materials includes but is not limited to:

  • Formaldehyde-free wood-based panels
  • Environmentally friendly paints
  • Insect and mould resistant paints
  • Wood filament acoustic panels
  • Plant fibre paints
  • Green paper-based wallpaper
  • Polyester fibre acoustic panels
  • Expanded aluminium
  • Green stone
  • Anti-bacterial materials


Welcome Prof. Dr. Pablo Froimowicz to be the Editor-in-Chief of New Environmentally-Friendly Materials


Prof. Dr. Pablo Froimowicz is now appointed as the Editor-in-Chief of New Environmentally-Friendly Materials, which depends on his high prestige in the field and years of abundant experience. We believe that under his leadership, our journal can reach a higher level.

Read more about Welcome Prof. Dr. Pablo Froimowicz to be the Editor-in-Chief of New Environmentally-Friendly Materials

Current Issue

Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): In Progress
Published: 2022-10-18


  • Comparison of the Antibacterial Effect of Different Biological Silver Nanoparticles Synthetized and Integrated with Honeys

    Victor Hugo Clebis, Sara Scandorieiro, Wilma Aparecida Spinosa, Viviane Lopes Leite da Costa, Isabella Martins Lourenço, Amedea Barozzi Seabra, Renata Katsuko Katayama Kobayashi, Gerson Nakazato

    Article ID: 46
    204  (Abstract) 132  (Download)

    This study compares the morphologies, zeta potentials, and antibacterial effects a total 12 different microcompounds containing honey and silver nanoparticles, in a novel study of the difference between honey samples in nanoparticle synthesis, as well as the antibacterial interaction that those honey samples can have with the silver nanoparticles synthetized using them. Microcompounds were synthetized...

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