TAKING THE HEADACHE OUT OF WASTEWATER FOR FOOD INDUSTRIES

News - March 4, 2019
food production wastewater treatment food and beverage industry

Managing wastewater can be time-consuming, costly and often confusing for food industries, yet with robust and reliable wastewater treatment options in place, it can become a simple and efficient part of your daily operations.

Having a wastewater treatment system that complements any commercial food business can save on trade waste costs while ensuring you operate a sustainable and compliant manufacturing facility.

What is considered wastewater?

Industrial wastewater is generally considered the by-products from the production of the primary product. Typically in the food and beverage industry, a large amount of washwater is required during the cleaning processes. This wash down water is often contaminated with production components and by-products.

The quality and quantity of wastewater from food processing plants varies significantly, however is commonly made up of fatty solids and soluble matter, such as dissolved sugars.

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