Integration of Biotechnology to Waste Minimization Programs
How has the processing industry responded to the increased environmental regulations and social consciousness on waste generation?
What waste minimization programs were implemented during this period and what are planned for the future?
KeywordsGreen Plant Waste Generation Cheese Whey Cooling Water System Biotechnology Application
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