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Foodborne pathogens microorganisms survival during biological waste treatments and the environment

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The majority of foods consumed contain microorganisms. While a number of these microorganisms are harmless to humans, others are potentially pathogenic and responsible for infectious diseases of food origin. They disappear during treatments applied to kitchen biowaste that may contain them.
32 sheets describing these microorganisms are offered as well as[…]  Plus de détails

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Auteurs DEPORTES Isabelle, MONIER Véronique, PLANCHON Mariane, KOITE Alima, ADEME, DELOITTE DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE
Public(s) Bureaux d'études
Collectivités territoriales
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Thématique Déchets/Economie circulaire
Collection Expertise
Date d'édition 2018/03
Type de document Étude
Nb. de pages 16 P
Format pdf/A4
Langue EN

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The majority of foods consumed contain microorganisms. While a number of these microorganisms are harmless to humans, others are potentially pathogenic and responsible for infectious diseases of food origin. They disappear during treatments applied to kitchen biowaste that may contain them.
32 sheets describing these microorganisms are offered as well as the synthesis of the study discusses the knowledge of the survival of microorganisms in treatment of biowaste and soil.

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