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RE: Starch Recovery in waste water/Food Processing Roundtable

Chris and Cherrie,
I have access to lots of wastewater treatment technology - most of 
which I like to use for closed-loop water usage.
What volumes of water are we talking about, and is it only the 
starch/sugar that is causing your problems (no hazmats)?

Allan Butler, Senior Engineer
Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC)
510 Washington Ave, Suite 120
Bremerton, WA  98337-1844

-----Original Message-----
From:	cmontovino@pprc.org [SMTP:cmontovino@pprc.org]
Sent:	Wednesday, September 17, 1997 9:50 AM
To:	'Cherrie Bates'; 'p2tech@great-lakes.net'
Subject:	RE: Starch Recovery in waste water/Food Processing 

I am also researching a similar topic in preparation for a Food 
Processing Roundtable being held in Idaho (early December).  The 
Potato Processing Industry has similar starch issues with their 
process/wastewater.  If anyone has experience with P2 issues within 
the Food Processing Industry, it would be greatly appreciated.

Chris Montovino
Technical Director
Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center
1326 Fifth Avenue, Suite 650	
Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: 206-223-1151
FAX: 206-223-1165
email:  cmontovino@pprc.org
Web Site: http://www.pprc.org/pprc

From:  Cherrie Bates[SMTP:cbates@max.state.ia.us]
Sent:  Wednesday, September 17, 1997 10:38 AM
To:  p2tech@great-lakes.net
Subject:  Starch Recovery in waste water

We have a client who would like to eliminate starch from their
wastewater discharge.  I need information on Starch Recovery, or
conversion to sugar, or dehydration techniques, etc.

I have searched Envirosences Technical Database, Water online, and 
P2 clearinghouse and GNET.  I found information about a liquid 
system.  Anything else you could suggest?

Please reply to:
Cherri Bates
Iowa DNR