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    Title: Use of Chitosan as Coagulant to Treat Wastewater from Milk Processing Plant
    Authors: ChiFung Hwa (泣奉華)
    ChengWen Po
    Keywords: Chitosan
    Particle size analysis
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2009-08-14 23:28:19 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Chitosan is a natural high molecular polymer made from crab, shrimp and lobster shells. When used as coagulant in water treatment, not like aluminum and synthetic polymers, chitosan has no harmful effect on human health, and the disposal of waste from seafood processing industry can also be solved. In this study the wastewater from the system of cleaning in place (CIP) containing high content of fat and protein was coagulated using chitosan, and the fat and the protein can be recycled. Chitosan is a natural material, the sludge cake from the coagulation after dehydrated could be used directly as feed supplement, therefore not only saving the spent on waste disposal but also recycling useful material. The result shows that the optimal result was reached under the condition of pH 7 with the coagulant dosage of 25 mg/l. The analysis of cost-effective shows that no extra cost to use chitosan as coagulant in the wastewater treatment, and it is an expanded application for chitosan.
    Relation: Journal of Polym Environ, v. 14, 2006, p. 411–417
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