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The quality, treatment and use of condensate and reverse osmosis permeates






Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation (232): 18

The quality, treatment and use of condensate and reverse osmosis permeates

A general trend towards increased costs of energy, water supplies and effluent disposal has meant that the recovery and re-use of condensate and reverse osmosis (RO) permeate has become a subject of increasing economic importance to the dairy industry. In part 1 of this paper, 'The quality of condensate and reverse osmosis permeates', quality is discussed in relation to source of the condensate or permeate and various operating parameters at the processing plant.


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