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New process to convert waste water from dairies into animal feed

by Futures Centre, Feb 28
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Professor Lars at the University of Tübingen and his colleagues have developed a bioprocess to convert acid whey, a particular waste water developed in the dairy process, into animal feed – and with further processing into aviation fuel.


The process involves microbiome cultures, similar to those found in the human gut, which transform the waste water into an antimicrobial animal feed to prevent disease.


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