Aerofloat has extensive experience treating wastewater for a range of food and beverage manufacturers.
Veolia Water Technologies will supply Kraft Heinz China with a wastewater treatment solution for its new soy sauce plant in Guangdong.
Switching to a vegetarian or pescetarian diet could reduce a country's water footprint by up to half, a European study has found.
Dissolved air floatation (DAF) systems have been used by the food industry for decades to treat wastewater and there is no debate that a DAF system is still by far the most appropriate solution for wastewater handling at large food processing plants.
An $11m investment in water processing technology at Fonterra's Darfield plant will reduce the amount of groundwater extracted at the manufacturing site by around 70%.
How pH and BODeq monitoring can pay off for your facility.
The infant formula industry offers Australian manufacturers significant opportunities for water re-use.
AusJ's 10 L Aqueous MK2 hot water system is designed for domestic, commercial and industrial users with near-instant hot water while saving time, energy and water.
The more than 30 billion litres of wastewater generated by olive oil processors each year represents a huge challenge for the conventional wastewater treatment techniques.
As a New Zealand first, Ingham's Te Aroha primary processing plant has achieved certification from the international Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS). The plant is the seventh site in the world to be certified.
Johnson Screens has developed a Pneumatic Wiper System to suit its range of Run Down Units up to 1200 mm wide. Suitable for animal hair, fat, waste and similar products, the pneumatic wiper system assists in moving solids down to the bottom of the screen and cleaning the slot.
A low-cost water treatment system has been found to remove particles 1000-fold more efficiently than conventional microfiltration systems without the need for physical filters or membranes that can clog or require replacement.
The Hydroflux grease trap dissolved air flotation (GT-DAF) system is designed to effectively manage the increase in volume of greasy wastewater being discharged into sewers.
Hydroflux HUBER Q-PRESS sludge dewatering units are an alternative to centrifuges and belt presses, whose drawbacks can include high wear and maintenance, large wash or flush water usage, constant overflows, odour generation and poor guarding.
BioGill has available a green tech solution that provides low-cost ways to treat and reduce BOD loads on-site resulting in reduced wastewater discharge fees.