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Tequila, slaughterhouse wastes and compostingAuthor(s): Gilberto Iniguez; Pilar Vaca; Roger M. Rowell
Source: BioCycle. (Aug. 2003): Pages 57-60
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionAgave bagasse — used in tequila production — has value as bulking agent in composting trials with abattoir residuals, which are currently being landfilled.
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CitationIniguez, Gilberto; Vaca, Pilar; Rowell, Roger M. 2003. Tequila, slaughterhouse wastes and composting. BioCycle. (Aug. 2003): Pages 57-60
KeywordsTequila, slaughterhouse waste, composting, agave bagasse, bulking agents, abattoir residuals
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