Bovine casein as a new soil strengthening binder

November 22, 2017

E3GEO recently published a research article for the Construction and Building Materials journal entitled "Bovine casein as a new soil strengthening binder from diary wastes".

Experimental results show significant soil strengthening induced by casein treatment even after 24 h of re-wetting, which implies the potential of applying casein-soil mixtures for water-resisting purposes. Feasibility analyses for casein utilization from dairy and milk wastes are provided in this paper with socio-, environmental, and engineering aspects, showing both future opportunities and challenges of recycling casein as a soil binder in engineering practices. For more details are provided in the full article: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2017.11.009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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University of New South Wales - Canberra

© 2017 by Ilhan Chang and
E3GEO Research Group at UNSW

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