CLRI’s biocatalyst cuts effluent discharge during leather processing

A novel biocatalyst developed by researchers at CLRI, Chennai speeds up the leather processing time at the pre-tanning stage, cuts chromium usage, and achieves three-fold reduction in water usage thus reducing waste discharge. A novel amylase-based biocatalyst developed by researchers at the Central Leather Research Institute (CSIR-CLRI), Chennai helps in the processing leather in an … Continue reading CLRI’s biocatalyst cuts effluent discharge during leather processing

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