Effluent Generation by the Dairy Industry : Preventive Attitudes and Opportunities

  title={Effluent Generation by the Dairy Industry : Preventive Attitudes and Opportunities},
  author={Vandr{\'e} Barbosa Bri{\~a}o and C{\'e}lia Regina Granhen Tavares},
Work aimed to identify the effluent is generating areas in a dairy company for the purpose of changing the concept of pollution prevention. The methodology consisted in measuring volumes and collecting samples of effluents in the production sectors. The analysis was conducted by sector, in order to identify those which generated excessive amounts of effluents. The results show that the dry products (powdered milk and powdered whey) are the greatest generators of BOD, nitrogen and phosphorus… CONTINUE READING


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