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Another industry producing high volumes of salt brine (about 70% of the processing waste) is the pickle industry (45). C. C within 24 h after inoculation. Experiments conducted with pasteurized vs. nonpasteurized brine indicated that phosphate, which was precipitated by heat? was essential for good cell production. The BOD was reduced by 90% as a result of the yeast growth in waste containing phosphate. Experimenters in the fruit industry have studied production of single cell protein as a way to reduce the BOD.
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