Orujo (olive waste)
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Orujo is called the wet solid waste, which is generated by the traditional methods of extraction, based on presses, and the continuous three-phase decanting processes. The process generates additionally one stream of olive oil and two streams of wastes, the Orujo and an aqueous waste called alpechín.
- "Agrochemical characterisation of "alperujo", a solid by-product of the two-phase centrifugation method for olive oil extraction". Bioresource Technology. Centro de Edafologı́a y Biologı́a Aplicada del Segura. 91: 195–200. 2003. doi:10.1016/S0960-8524(03)00177-9. Retrieved 6 June 2015.
- Chrysovalantou, Nasioula. "Evaluation of the three-phase and two- phase olive oil extraction method" (PDF). National Technical University of Athens. Retrieved 6 June 2015.
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