Clean water and green energy solutions for vegetable processor
Vegetable processing organisation Bonduelle has awarded Global Water Engineering (GWE) a contract for a combined anaerobic and aerobic wastewater treatment plant to serve two of its production facilities in Hungary.
The plant will also include conversion of the existing boiler to dual fuel for biogas re-use.
Bonduelle’s main processes are vegetable canning, frozen foods and fresh processed vegetables. The production facilities in Hungary are used for canning corn and peas.
“By choosing GWE’s combined anaerobic and aerobic technologies, we will be able to deliver optimal water quality combined with generation of alternative green energy,” says Bonduelle’s Director of Operations, Mr Ponthieu.
“We have chosen GWE after an extensive screening of available technologies on the market. GWE’s specialist product range and successful track record strengthens us in our belief that it is the best available technology for anaerobic wastewater treatment with biogas recovery,” Ponthieu concluded.
Global Water Engineering (GWE) encourages businesses with organic content in their wastewater and waste streams to investigate the anaerobic potential for their specific case. The technologies involved are highly applicable to Australia and New Zealand.
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