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Main Title National Symposium on Food Processing Wastes Proceedings (1st), held at Portland, Oregon on 6-8 April 1970.
CORP Author Federal Water Quality Administration, Washington, D.C.
Year Published 1970
Report Number FWQA-12060; 08398,; 12060-04/70
Stock Number PB-199 709
Additional Subjects ( Water pollution ; Industrial wastes) ; ( Food processing ; Water pollution) ; ( Industrial waste treatment ; Food processing) ; Meetings ; Water quality ; Potatoes ; Fruits ; Tomatoes ; Sugarbeets ; Seafood ; Vegetables ; Activated sludge treatment ; Fungi ; Sewage treatment ; Agricultural wastes ; Economic analysis ; Canneries ; Rice ; Utilization ; Waste disposal ; Feeding stuffs ; Trickling filtration ; Airation ; Water pollution control ; Water pollution control equipment ; Potatoe processing ; Beet processing
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NTIS  PB-199 709 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
Some of the topics reported and discussed include the following: Aerobic secondary treatment of potato processing wastes; Use of fungi imperfecti in waste control; Combined treatment of domestic and industrial wastes by activated sludge; Aerobic treatment of liquid fruit processing waste; Cannery waste treatment by two-stage aeration process; Lime treatment and in-plant reuse of an activated sludge plant effluent in the citrus processing industry; Seafoods processing; Cannery waste treatment by a high solids activated sludge process; Concentration of sugarbeet wastes for economic treatment with biological systems; Reconditioning and reuse of olive processing brines; Trickling filter treatment of food canning waste water; Wurdd's task force on agricultural pollution; In-field processing of tomatoes; 'Dry' caustic peeling of vegetables and fruits; Pilot plant experience of USDA-Magnuson dry caustic peeling process; Possible uses of uni-flow filter; Animal feeds from vegetable wastes; Rice hull utilization.