Plant Waste and Recycling

Koss, John Peter
July 2008
Beverage World;7/15/2008, Vol. 127 Issue 7, p74
Trade Publication
The article discusses a variety of issues concerning beverage plant waste. The author notes that beverage plant waste has always been a priority item when it comes to recycling of materials for conservation, environment and cost purposes. Most beverage processes generate wastewater that can be contained, treated and reused or discharged. With this, plant waste management and recycling have been emphasized in the industry because of its environmental and cost implications.


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