COMBINED TREATMENT OF HIGH STRENGTH INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER FROM A CAPSUGEL PLANT AND A CONFECTIONERY PLANT IN PUEBLA, MEXICO
Abstract:During 1999–2000, Warner Lambert Company (now Pfizer, Inc.) built a new and innovative wastewater treatment system in Puebla, Mexico for combined treatment of high strength industrial wastewater from two Plants. One of these two plants produces capsules for the pharmaceutical industry and the other plant manufactures various confectionery products (different gums, hard and soft candies, soft caramel, and throat lozenges/cough drops).
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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