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“…Cheese whey is a main by-product in casein and cheese manufacturing processes. It has been regarded as organic pollutants in wastewater due to its high organic loading, which has contributed to significant eutrophication and toxicity in eco-steams (Watanabe et al, 2014). Worldwide, more than 10 8 tons of cheese whey are produced annually, thus a cost-effective treatment technology prior to safe disposal into the environment is highly pursued (Grba et al, 2002).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…Cheese whey is a main by-product in casein and cheese manufacturing processes. It has been regarded as organic pollutants in wastewater due to its high organic loading, which has contributed to significant eutrophication and toxicity in eco-steams (Watanabe et al, 2014). Worldwide, more than 10 8 tons of cheese whey are produced annually, thus a cost-effective treatment technology prior to safe disposal into the environment is highly pursued (Grba et al, 2002).…”
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“…This result indicates that PLA depolymerase production is growth-dependent and that P. tamsuii TKU015 is a promising producer of PLA depolymerase. In other published reports, most of the PLA depolymerase-producing strains discovered to date are produced by the Amycolatopsis genus [5,11,12,13,14,15,24] and several fungal strains [23,25,26,27,28]. However, PLA degradation by fungi is very slow.…”
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“…() and Watanabe et al . (). Recovered lactose can also be used in the production of bio‐based fertiliser or converted to ammonium lactate as a source of nitrogen for animal nutrition.…”
Section: Non‐food Applications Of Delactosed Permeatementioning