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Miguel Angel Isla – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • treatment of high strength wastewater from the sugar sweetened Beverage Industry by an alcoholic fermentation process
    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2015
    Co-Authors: Raul Nicolas Comelli, Lisandro Gabriel Seluy, Ignacio E Grossma, Miguel Angel Isla

    Abstract:

    Certain wastewaters from the nonalcoholic sugar-sweetened Beverage Industry, particularly those discarded because of deficient bottling processes or those returned from the market because of quality constraints, exhibit chemical oxygen demand (COD) levels as high as 135000 mg of O2/L because of their sugar content: 60–119 g/L, depending on the Beverage. Thus, treating such wastewaters before discharging them into the environment involves high investment and operating costs. Therefore, any treatment process capable of transforming the sugars into other compounds that are easy to separate from the treated wastewater, such as ethanol or CO2, should be regarded as an interesting alternative. In this work, a process that comprises an alcoholic fermentation of sugar-sweetened Beverage Industry wastewaters followed by ethanol and biomass separation and subsequent aerobic propagation of yeast was developed, and its technical feasibility was studied. The proposed process was found to allow 98% of the COD to be dep…

Raul Nicolas Comelli – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • treatment of high strength wastewater from the sugar sweetened Beverage Industry by an alcoholic fermentation process
    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2015
    Co-Authors: Raul Nicolas Comelli, Lisandro Gabriel Seluy, Ignacio E Grossma, Miguel Angel Isla

    Abstract:

    Certain wastewaters from the nonalcoholic sugar-sweetened Beverage Industry, particularly those discarded because of deficient bottling processes or those returned from the market because of quality constraints, exhibit chemical oxygen demand (COD) levels as high as 135000 mg of O2/L because of their sugar content: 60–119 g/L, depending on the Beverage. Thus, treating such wastewaters before discharging them into the environment involves high investment and operating costs. Therefore, any treatment process capable of transforming the sugars into other compounds that are easy to separate from the treated wastewater, such as ethanol or CO2, should be regarded as an interesting alternative. In this work, a process that comprises an alcoholic fermentation of sugar-sweetened Beverage Industry wastewaters followed by ethanol and biomass separation and subsequent aerobic propagation of yeast was developed, and its technical feasibility was studied. The proposed process was found to allow 98% of the COD to be dep…

Emanuel Orozco – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • the influence of the sugar sweetened Beverage Industry on public policies in mexico
    International Journal of Public Health, 2020
    Co-Authors: Enai Ojeda, Christia Torres, Angela Carriedo, Melissa Mialo, Niyati Parekh, Emanuel Orozco

    Abstract:

    OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to map and describe the different corporate political activity (CPA) strategies used by the sugar-sweetened Beverage (SSB) Industry to influence public health policymaking geared toward decreasing the consumption of SSB in Mexico. METHODS We applied an existing approach to identify and monitor the CPA of the SSB Industry. A documentary analysis was conducted for two main actors in the SSB Industry, for the period 2017-2019, and was triangulated with eleven semi-structured interviews with key informants in public health nutrition and from the SSB Industry. The information was analyzed using an existing framework for categorizing the CPA. RESULTS Although data were found for six CPA strategies, the SSB Industry mainly highlighted its economic importance and spoke openly against the 2014 SSB tax. We documented the Industry‘s relationships with governmental bodies and civil society actors to promote corporate social responsibility and gain public support. CONCLUSIONS The SSB Industry in Mexico uses a variety of strategies, directly or through third parties, to influence public policies related to the prevention and control of obesity and non-communicable diseases.