Enzyme Recovery by Membrane Separation Method from Waste Products of the Food Industry

@inproceedings{SZLPL2013EnzymeRB,
  title={Enzyme Recovery by Membrane Separation Method from Waste Products of the Food Industry},
  author={Szil{\'a}rd SZ{\'E}LP{\'A}L and Oriane POSER},
  year={2013}
}
  • Szilárd SZÉLPÁL, Oriane POSER
  • Published 2013
Recycling waste products of food industry become more and more important: one side because of the environmental matter the other side because of the economic reasons. The most preferred basic material for second generation biofuels is the waste products, food industrial waste products such as sugar chip, straw or bagasse. The cost of the process depends on the cost of the hydrolysis of cellulose/lignocelluloses i.e. the cost of the enzymes. These enzymes are very expensive that’s why it’s so… CONTINUE READING

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