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    Waste compaction for the depackaging systems for food waste industry

    The food and drink industry relies on modern packaging materials and systems to extend the life of its products and to make them easy to store and transport. Inevitably during these processes wastage occurs whether this is when food expires, through faulty packaging or is otherwise unfit for sale or consumption, disposal can become a costly burden for the food manufacturers or retailers.

    By HSM GmbH + Co. KG based in Frickingen, GERMANY.

  • Oil skimmers for food processing industry

    The food processing industry also has a broad range of applications for oil skimmer and waste oil recovery technology. From wash water sumps to waste water treatment pits, the AMBAR rope skimmer is versatile enough to be used in all types of applications and outperforms tube oil skimmer products.

    By Ambar Oil Skimmers based in Westwego, LOUISIANA (USA).

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    Waste compaction for the food and beverage industry

    The food and drink industry relies on modern packaging materials and systems to extend the life of its products and to make them easy to store and transport. Inevitably during these processes wastage occurs whether this is when food expires, through faulty packaging or is otherwise unfit for sale or consumption, disposal can become a costly burden for the food manufacturers or retailers.

    By HSM GmbH + Co. KG based in Frickingen, GERMANY.

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    Shredding and crushing systems for Food waste and handling of garbage and food waste

    Organic waste can become a problem anywhere where the disposal of waste occurs over a longer period. This challenge arises for example in the shipping industry. With Mercodor waste food shredders valuable space is saved and food protected from contamination. The processed food leftovers serve as the raw material for biodiesel production or are used for the production of green energy in the form of electricity and heat from biogas plants.

    By MERCODOR GmbH Sondermaschinenbau KG based in Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY.

  • Wastewater Treatment for Food Industry

    We are about to bring our patented waste water treatment technique for heavy industrial waste water disposal. Rotating Bed Biofilm Reactor (RBBR) requires less space than traditional solutions. Our treatment process handles temporary increases in load and is suitable for use in the food industry.

    By Clewer OY based in Turku, FINLAND.

  • Biological waste water treatment plants solutions for food industry

    The first UASB pilot plant was installed in the 1970’s at a beet sugar company in The Netherlands (CSM suiker). Thereafter, a large number of full scale plants were installed throughout The Netherlands at sugar refineries, potato starch processing plants, and other food industries, as well as paper recycling plants.

    By HydroThane STP BV based in KC `s Hertogenbosch, NETHERLANDS.

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    Separation solutions for food rendering industry

    Rendering is a process that converts waste animal tissue into stable, value-added materials. Edible rendering processes are basically meat processing operations and produce lard or edible tallow for use in food products. Edible rendering is generally carried out in a continuous process at low temperature (less than the boiling point of water). The process usually consists of finely chopping the edible fat materials (generally fat trimmings from meat cuts), heating them with or without added steam, and then carrying out two or more stages of centrifugal separation. The first stage separates the liquid water and fat mixture from the solids. The second stage further separates the fat from the water.

    By Elgin Separation Solutions based in Stafford, TEXAS (USA).

  • Oil water separation for the food industry

    Packaged-food producers frequently use and then must discard large batches of cooking oil used in their process. Usually they drain most of the oil directly from equipment, but they must remove residual oil by regularly washing fryers, ovens, conveyors, and other machinery. 

    The oil mixes with the wash water and becomes part of the plants wastewater stream. Having oil in wastewater complicates the wastewater-treatment process by making it more expensive, more time-consuming, and less effective. Additionally. as with other manufacturers, packaged-food producers want to reduce waste and decrease the environmental impact of operations. That is why removing used oil and solids from wastewater before it is discharged is a priority.

    By Oil Skimmers, Inc. based in Cleveland, OHIO (USA).

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    Online Monitoring for the Food & Beverage Industry

    Several on-line monitoring technologies such as non-destructive types have become increasingly important due to the increasing automation and the incorporation of new and more efficient processes in the food industry. Food quality and safety of food are the main points of interest. AppliTek builds and supplies the necessary analytical tools that will allow for a high throughput and a short response time to increase process efficiency and reduce waste, with seamless integration in the existing infrastructure.

    By AppliTek NV based in Nazareth, BELGIUM.

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    Food Waste Recycling, Reduction or Disposal Systems for Education Sector

    Multi Site University Campus: Leading the curve, Universities in particular were among the first sectors to realise the importance of dealing with food wastes and as early as 2006 the Universities took to Rocket in vessel composting and food waste dewatering. With multi campus applications and the importance of cost saving through the bulking together of wastes, bringing food wastes into a centralised process made most sense. Each of the campus refectories taking on Dehydra food dewatering systems to minimise the wastes before being transported to a centralised in vessel composting system. The sites tending to have grounds and gardens on which to utilise compost – a perfect application that can be seen using our equipment in Canada, the US and the UK. For those universities with boarding on site or swimming pools, the second option being the Dragon energy system for creating the heating and hot water needed at site as an alternative to fertilizer.

    By Tidy Planet Limited based in Macclesfield, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Biological waste water treatment plants solutions for brewing industry

    The brewing process generally generates unique, high-strength waste water as a by-product. The waste water typically has a high concentration of Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) form the carbohydrates and protein used in brewing beer. Brewery waste water usually has a temperature of > 25 °C.

    By HydroThane STP BV based in KC `s Hertogenbosch, NETHERLANDS.

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    Water treatment chemicals for the food & beverage industry

    The food and beverage industry is suffering from severe economic pressure. Efficient and continuous production processes are therefore business critical. By choosing Kurita concepts for your cooling water, boiler water and waste water plants as well as your reverse osmosis systems and autoclaves – all of which are specially adapted to your needs – you opt for economic and ecological treatment, leading to more productivity and cost-efficiency.



    By Kurita based in Tokyo, JAPAN.

  • Filtration systems & solutions for food & beverage industry

    Filtration within food and beverage processing, is a safe and economic method for removing impurities and extending the shelf life of many consumable products. High cleanliness standards and stringent contamination control is of utmost importance within the industry, ensuring the manufacture of superior quality produce, a significant reduction of waste and a minimum of product spoilage.

    By Porvair Filtration Group based in Fareham, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Water treatment research for food and beverage industry

    Direct reuse of wastewater in the product is not on the menu in the food and beverage industry, but the reuse of water for other purposes (e.g. washing) is now a priority. Most major F&B companies have made commitments to reduce their water consumption per unit of product, and reuse is an important part of the strategy for achieving this. Furthermore much of the growth of the industry is in emerging markets which typically have more limited, lower quality water resources than developed countries, creating water treatment challenges. In developed markets, emerging concerns about pharmaceutical by-products and other trace contaminants making their way into the product have lead to greater use of desalination technologies on the process water side. Value from waste propositions such as energy recovery, water reuse (not within the product) and materials recovery ensure that investment in water technology benefits the bottom line.

    By Global Water Intelligence (GWI) based in Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Wastewater treatment for the winery

    The waste water from the transformation process in wineries has a high organic material content, as well as large pH variations that can be harmful to the environment. This water treatment must be carried out by using the appropriate processes.

    By Aguambiente based in La Cistérniga, SPAIN.

  • Membrane filtration systems for milk

    Since the introduction of membrane processing to the dairy industry in the late 1960`s, separation of dairy fluids using semi-permeable membranes has been used to clarify, concentrate and fractionate a variety of dairy products. The time honored and tested applications involving whey processing, the by-product of cheese making, have introduced a plethora of refined proteins and commercial uses for a once wasted by-product. The membrane applications for fluid milk have been understood for as long as the whey applications but have been underutilized in commercial applications.

    By GEA Filtration based in Hudson, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • Membrane filtration systems for whey

    Before the innovation of membrane processing was introduced to the dairy industry, in the late 1960`s, whey was truly a waste product of cheese making. Three important events have driven whey towards further processing; increased cost of dumping whey into the environment; new technologies to separate the proteins in whey and scientific research that has uncovered the wide range of nutritional and biological properties of whey that have ultimately added value to a once wasted product.

    By GEA Filtration based in Hudson, WISCONSIN (USA).

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    Reliable Shredding Technology for Organic Waste

    Our shredders process biological and biogenic waste to generate an optimal substrate for further utilisation in your biogas plant or in your disposal business. The application area ranges from green or garden waste to food waste and expired goods including packaging to slaughterhouse waste. Non-homogeneous or organic waste in pieces including packaging must be shredded to prepare it optimally for fermentation. Our low-speed S-series shredders are ideally suited for this application. These two-shaft shredders ensure reliable processing and guarantee a pumpable fermentation substrate. Thanks to the special equipment, efficient cutting unit and sturdy machine construction, these shredders are very reliable and have a long service life!

    By UNTHA Shredding Technology based in Kuchl, AUSTRIA.

  • Waste handling for kitchens

    Wherever food is handled, waste is produced. Waste food creates hygiene risks no matter where it is transported or stored, and handling it is a time-consuming, non-profitable process. The Envac system does away with all manual handling and transport, and instead waste food is dealt with and turned into an important environmental resource.

    By Envac AB based in Stockholm, SWEDEN.

  • Water quality monitoring for brewery industry

    Monitoring process streams and waste streams continuously in a brew house can provide many benefits to operations. Monitoring product in process for color or concentration provides consistency and quality measures. Product loss can be quantified by monitoring waste streams. Processes can be improved to increase efficiency and minimize effluent waste. Effluent waste streams can also be monitored for organic loading with BOD and COD correlations to ensure compliance for discharge.

    By Real Tech Inc. based in Whitby, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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