The water from this type of industry generates large amount of solids. The main sources of this waste are the phases of evisceration and blood draining, which contribute a large organic load. The application of our products is ideal for the treatment of this type of water.
By Aguambiente based in La Cistérniga, SPAIN.
Food and beverage processing companies have unique challenges requiring advanced food and beverage water treatment and wastewater treatment solutions. These challenges include optimizing water efficiency and exceeding regulation compliance standards. There is typically four main water processes involved in food and beverage processing. These processes are cooling water, process water, boiler feed water and process wastewater. The typical allocation of water used in each process varies by industry, from about 60-65% for processing uses in the meat & poultry industry to about 15-20% for the sugar processing industry.
By Genesis Water Technologies, Inc. based in Maitland, FLORIDA (USA).
It is estimated that 23-28% of Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs) are due to Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG). With significant growth in the commercial food sector on top of other high FOG producing industries such as metal processors, meat packers, cosmetic manufacturers and industrial laundry establishments, the need for publicly owned treatment plants (POTWs) and industries to regulate and monitor FOG is crucial to public health. Besides clogged sewer lines, high FOG levels also disrupt the effective operation of a wastewater treatment plant. An important feature of any FOG program is locating and monitoring high oil and grease producing industries and food service establishments. InfraCal TOG/TPH Analyzers provide a simplified procedure for FOG analysis based on solvent extraction and infrared absorption which can give the regulator or operator an on-site result in less than 10 minutes.
By Spectro Scientific based in Chelmsford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).
Food Industry wastewater (Meat, Milk, Canned fruits and vegetables, Beverages, etc) must be adequately treated to meet the discharge requirements of public sewers or channel, or reuse as irrigation water mainly. These industries wastewater has the following characteristics:
- Large variations in flow and pollutant load during harvesting.
- High suspended solids content.
- High concentration of easily biodegradable organic matter.
- Absence of toxics elements.
- Adequate concentration of nutrients.
By Sistema Azud, S.A. based in Alcantarilla, SPAIN.
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