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  • Nutrition & Food ScienceAnaerobic digestion of fish processing byproductsChris WardBill Slater

    Article information:To cite this document:Chris WardBill Slater, (2002),"Anaerobic digestion of fish processing by#products", Nutrition & Food Science, Vol. 32 Iss 2pp. 51 - 53Permanent link to this document:http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/00346650210416967

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  • This article has been cited by:

    1. George M. Hall, Joe Howe. 2012. Energy from waste and the food processing industry. Process Safety and EnvironmentalProtection 90:3, 203-212. [CrossRef]

    2. George M. HallSustainability Impacts of Fish-Processing Operations 112-137. [CrossRef]3. R. Zhang, H.M. El-MashadBio-diesel and bio-gas production from seafood processing by-products 460-485. [CrossRef]

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