2 edition of economics of alternative methods of whey disposal at Southern Ontario cheese factories found in the catalog.
economics of alternative methods of whey disposal at Southern Ontario cheese factories
A. D. MacDonald
by Farm Economics, Co-operatives and Statistics Branch in co-operation with Dairy Branch, Ontario Dept. of Agriculture and Food in [Toronto]
Written in English
|Statement||by A.D. MacDonald and W.R. Redelmeier.|
|Contributions||Redelmeier, W. R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
is the primary product and cheese is the by-product. Given whey’s immense value, careful handling of the whey from the time it is generated in the cheesemaking process to the time it is converted into a saleable end product is critically important. Handling is the key to maximizing whey quality and reaping the economic returns from your whey. Ontario Public Sector Waste Management Statistics 5 3 IC&I Waste Generation, Diversion and Disposal 7 Current IC&I and C&D Waste Generation, Diversion and Disposal in Ontario 7 IC&I Waste Diversion in Ontario 7 Current 3Rs Regulations for IC&I Waste Generators in Ontario 8 Disposal of IC&I and C&D Waste 9File Size: KB.
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The invention also concerns methods of manufacturing such process cheese and cheese by: 5. The first bioplastic made from cheese waste makes bioegradeable packaging with a 35% smaller carbon footprint than petroleum-based plastic packages, and cuts raw materials costs by up to 50% compared to purpose-grown : Ann R.
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