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The regeneration of Cleaning In Place (CIP) solutions presents an increasing interest for chemical industries (food, cosmetic and textile sectors) and sewage treatment plants. This study was designed to present a new regeneration method of CIP solutions combining sequences of adsorption-coagulation-flocculation processes, coupled with a physical separation by decantation. The chemical nature of effluents (strongly acidic or alkaline pHs) and the extreme temperatures (70 °C to 75 °C) do notdoi:10.3303/CET1229139 doaj:f878711ce0df485a87584f910cb37758 fatcat:5iltp7s3w5aqfcikexcxfujgpu