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Disinfection and solids removal of poultry chiller water by electroflotation


Disinfection and solids removal of poultry chiller water by electroflotation



Journal of Food Science 67(6): 2160-2164



ISSN/ISBN: 0022-1147

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2621.2002.tb09520.x

In poultry processing, carcasses are chilled in water that is replenished at 1.9 litres/bird. The high costs of water usage, wastewater treatment and refrigeration energy have raised the need for developing means for the safe reuse of processing water. An electroflotation device that concurrently disinfects and removes solids from overflow water was developed.

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