By Peter Gacesa, John Hubble (auth.), A. M. Martin (eds.)
By overlaying either the overall ideas of bioconversion and the categorical features of the most teams of waste material amenable to bioconversion equipment, this new e-book offers the chemical, biochemical, agrochemical and technique engineer with transparent counsel at the use of those tools in devising an answer to the matter of commercial waste products.
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The use of lipases in organic solvents, and a continued expansion can be expected. While these scientific and technological developments are undoubtedly important, developments in environmental management are likely to be equally significant in waste-treatment applications. The last few years have seen a major change in industrial emphasis from waste treatment to waste reduction or minimization (Cheremisinoff and Ferranti, 1992). g. incineration, and will undoubtedly influence the development of enzyme-based processes.
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