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Handbook - Hochschule Bremen - MAFIADOC.C
Typical sectors of the producing industry where this material is generated are for example: agriculture (farmyard manure, straw), food industry (rapecake, fruit pulp) and wood processing industry including forestry itself (wood residues and offcuts, sawdust). For energetic utilisation fast-growing biomass can also be cultivated.
Organic Waste Recycling - IWA Publishing
Sugar industry wastewater effluents The sugar industry uses large amounts of water, mainly for cane washing, condensing of vapor, boiler feed water, and other miscellaneous uses. Sources of wastewater and sludge generation during the manufacturing of sugar are given in Figure 2.6.
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