Food and Beverage

Wastewater in Food and Beverage Production

Aerofloat specialises in wastewater treatment for the food and beverage industry. Aerofloat’s patented world-first technology uses traditional techniques combined with some clever engineering, to create low maintenance, compact and cost-effective solutions.

Aerofloat’s wastewater treatment systems can help you reduce:

• Suspended solids (SS)
• Fats, oils and grease (FOG)
• Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD)
• Chemical oxygen demand (COD)

The Aerofloat Offering

Aerofloat is an Australian company that designs, manufactures and installs wastewater treatment systems. Aerofloat’s team of
engineers can manage the entire treatment process in-house, from consultation and 3D CAD design, to manufacturing, installation and ongoing support.

Aerofloat offers custom designed solutions utilising patented DAF and MBBR Aerofloat technology, as well as off-the-shelf products to address a range of wastewater treatment requirements.

Aerofloat also offers competitive chemical supply contracts and system maintenance contracts.

Aerofloat’s offering includes, but is not limited to:

• Dissolved air flotation
• Biological treatment plants
• Screening
• Sludge dewatering
• Filtration
• Desalination




Lindsay Crawford , 4 Pines Brewery

“Aerofloat were fantastic to work with. They were able to design and build a system that perfectly fits the space, removes any odour issues and meets the guidelines set out by Sydney Water.”

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Food and Beverage Industries

Aerofloat specialises in treating wastewater from food and beverage manufacturers and has extensive experience across a range of industries:

• Dairy
• Meat and poultry
• Abattoir
• Brewery
• Winery
• Bakery
• Confectionery
• Small goods
• Food packaging

Monte Fresco Cheese – Sam Monalto

“I’ve spent my life working on the dairy industry and this is the only DAF I’ve found that eliminates the smell factor. What’s more, the water board is happy with the end result – and that’s important!”

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