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Application of Solid State Fermentation Technology in Environmental Cleanup and Lactic Acid Production

Author Affiliations

  • 1Faculty of life science, Department of Biotechnology, AKS University, Satna, MP, INDIA
  • 2Department of Polymer and Process Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, INDIA

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 4, Issue (ISC-2014), Pages 65-72, (2015)

Abstract

Solid state fermentation technology utilizes various agricultural wastes, forestry wastes and dairy, food and pulp and paper industries industry. Several reactor designs operating with solid state fermentation technology include packed bed reactor, fluidized bed reactor, rotating drum reactor, and stirred tank reactor, rocking drum reactor, stirred drum reactor and Zymotis reactor configurations. The SSF technology helps in management of solid and liquid wastes integrated with inexpensive biochemical production. The present paper includes practical data on lactic acid production by solid state fermentation technology utilizing wheat bran bed material and dairy waste whey and also highlights some of the technologies applicable for maximizing the biochemical production by SSF technology.

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