THE USE OF REOLOGICAL FOOD CONTROL METHODS TO MINIMIZE THE INFLUENCE OF RESIDUES FROM THE STARCH INDUSTRY IN WATER POLLUTION

Authors

  • P. SAVESCU
  • R. CAPRUCIU

Abstract

The paper is part of a complex study that uses of thixotropic fluids properties to eliminate the risks of pollution of groundwater with compounds from the food industry. This paper concentrates a study during three years (2015-2017) regarding the increase of the pollution received water, effect of the increased toxicity in the waste water from starch factory. For quantification of results on studying the principal physical-chemicals parameters for this water and report to the same standard parameters for distinguish pollution received water.

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Published

2018-08-21

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Working Group 3: Fundamentally Disciplines and Environment and Plant Management