International Sugar Journal

ASEAN Economic Community 2015 – Opportunity for Thailand, challenges for Indonesia and Philippines [Registered]

But it is equally apparent, that for sugar producers like Philippines, the competitive threat is forcing it to modernise and restructure its industry to raise productivity both in field and factory. The sugar industry, working together with the Sugar Regulatory Administration realizing that about 90% of the country’s cane farms are small farms of 10 hectares

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Effluent [Registered]

Dealing with effluent may not be a favourite activity for technologists but it is an essential one. Effluents from mills and refineries are not generally toxic; the main organic constituents […]

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Chromatography [Registered]

The word “chromatography” comes from the Greek “chromos”, colour and “graphein”, to write. It describes a group of similar separation techniques depending on how fast a substance moves in a […]

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Silica [Registered]

“Although silicon (Si) is one of the most abundant elements found in the earth’s crust, it is mostly inert, and only slightly soluble and available to plants. With the exception […]

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