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Assessment of dairy waste strength and composition

Assessment of dairy waste strength and composition

Bulletin, International Dairy Federation (184): 55-56

Daily routine sampling of untreated dairy waste is essential in monitoring the effectiveness of a waste saving programme, and determining the composition of the waste can identify losses occurring from specific process areas. Measurement of COD is the best method for measuring total waste strength.

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