food industry water technology Articles

  • The wastewater treatment of the food industry

    The wastewater treatment is a process which is used to recycle the wastewater into an effluent that can be reused again. This treatment helps in removing all the impurities from the water. Many industries are involved in this type of treatment to make use of water and not to waste it. Due to the scarcity of water, this type of water recycle is necessary. Many foods and beverage ...

  • Advanced Water Treatment Solutions for the Food/Beverage Industry

    The agricultural/irrigation industry is one of the most demanding users of water for process applications. The availability of a sustainable supply of clean water is a necessity. Water shortages, reduction of water quality, and environmental issues, have led to an increased awareness of the use of both treated waste water as well as the ...

  • Innovative Water Solutions for the Food/Beverage Processing Industry

    With the growing international and local pressure, the Food and Beverage industry has to find new ways in its product development as well as minimizing costs and health risks. Sustainability has become an important issue in the evolving Food and Beverage industry. Companies are being required by industries and government agencies to better utilize their water consumption to minimize their ...

  • Bioaugmentation/waste water treatment in food industry - Case Study

    What is it? The bioaugmentation is an innovative technology which consists in an increase of selected bacteria to help naturally the biological process of organic compounds degradation. It is proper to dose in any effluent type and wastewater treatment system, which no longer has enough capacity or has an inefficient performance. These products facilitate the reduction ...

  • Injecting Innovation Into The Food And Beverage Industry

    Not all water treatment needs are the same. That’s why it’s imperative to work with those that understand the subtle differences that make each industry unique. For food and beverage companies, that means aligning with a company focused on oxygen transfer with a track record of innovation in jet aeration and mixing. Water Online spoke with KLa Systems to discuss its success within the ...


    By KLa Systems, Inc.

  • Shining a Light on the Food and Beverage Industry

    As published in this months edition of Process & Control, Diane White discusses how UV systems can provide a practical, power saving alternative to pasteurisation in food and beverage production Waterborne micro-organisms are responsible for adverse effects on flavour, colour, odour and shelf life of products and, of course, potential health risks to consumers. A number of emerging ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • 5 Advantages of Installing Water Treatment Plants at Food/Beverage Industries

    Water is the main component of life! Several industries in the market are also widely dependent on water resources! Several water resources have been taken for granted by the industrial sector. Apart from the many industries, the agricultural industry is tagged as water intensive ...

  • Case study: Food & beverage industry

    OverviewGranador, a premium brand of Unidrink AG, is a well known beverage producer, located in Hitzkirch, Switzerland. Granador produces about 45 million bottles per year for distribution all over Europe. The plant had an anaerobic reactor for wastewater treatment, but effluent quality did not meet the requirements for discharge to the sewer system. ...

  • On-Board Food Waste Industrial Shredder

    Marpol Certified On-Board Food Waste Industrial Shredder Volumetric reduction is essential for the correct disposal of many materials. For food waste the logistical challenge cannot use brute force, but a fast, complete and easy maintenance solution. ...


    By SatrindTech Srl

  • Advanced Filtration Solutions for the Food/Beverage Industry

    The food and beverage industry is one of the most demanding users of water for process applications. The availability of a sustainable supply of clean water is a necessity. Each of these particular application require there own specific level of water purity. The type, flow rate and water quality are typically determined by the function of the ...

  • The benefits of wastewater treatment in food and beverage industries

    The wastewater treatment industry has been emerging as a lucrative market in the companies worldwide in the past few years. The large gap between the generation and the water treatment of sewerage is the prime reason for this growth, which has encouraged several companies to plan a wastewater processing system in this sector. The treatment facilities in most of the underdeveloped countries are ...

  • Water Use in the Aerospace Industry

    The aerospace industry, like all water-intensive industries, is moving toward water efficiency in the face of growing global water scarcity. The industry relies on water for a wide range of uses, such as fabrication processes, component washing, production-line cooling, and ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • These entrepreneurs are using technology to turn a profit on food waste

    Creative businesses aim to get food that would otherwise be wasted into the hands of those who can use it. Food waste is bad for our wallets. It’s also bad for the environment — the equivalent of throwing away the water, energy and other resources that go into growing it in the first place. But as interest in reducing food waste grows, so does innovation to make it happen. ...


    By Ensia

  • Game-Changing Technology for $350 Billion Water Treatment Industry Validated by the University of Alberta

    Scientists at the University of Alberta, Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science validated the unprecedented effectiveness of BioLargo’s (BLGO) AOS Filter in removing ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • Maintaining level of acidulants in the food industry case study

    Reducing delivery costs and time by utilizing Solid's SmartScan 25L for level measurement of acidic liquids in Gadot Biochemical factory. Gadot Biochemical Industries Ltd. (GBI) located in Israel, is a prominent world-wide supplier of ingredients and fine chemicals for the food, cosmetic, detergent, and pharmaceutical industries, and specializes in the manufacture and development of Citric Acid, ...

  • Wastewater Pre-Treatment for the food industry (vinegar and dressings)

    Description of the plant Highly polluted wastewater arises from the production of high-quality vinegar, delicatessen and mustard products. Most of the COD load here is formed by lipophil substances which have to be decreased before to municipal sewer net. Peaks of load and flow are buffered in a mixing and balancing reactor to achieve an homogenised flow to the ...

  • Food industry needs to step up on responsible groundwater use

    Californians are all too familiar with what happens when water is not treated as the precious resource it is. But most of us are unaware of the enormous power we have through our day-to-day purchases, social media campaigns and petition drives to push food companies to take more responsibility in protecting global water supplies. Food production, the world’s biggest water user, is a major ...


    By Ceres

  • UV, a bright future for the water industry

    The use of Ultra Violet (UV) light has now become standard practice in most municipal waste water treatment processes.  Effluent is now starting to be recognised as a valuable resource, not a problem that needs to be dumped. Many waste water facilities are being renamed as water reclamation facilities, and whether the waste water is being discharged into a river, being used to irrigate ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • Industry, Municipalities Embracing Water Reuse

    When cities produce recycled water and sell it to industries at a good price, it’s a win-win situation In the United States, industry accounts for 87% of withdrawals of fresh water. Considering this staggering statistic, along with ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • The irruption of new agro-industrial technologies in Uruguay and their environmental impacts on soil, water supply and biodiversity: a review

    In recent years, economic growth has produced a global change in the demand for food, fibre and energy supply. This has gone together with the globalisation of the agro-industrial production systems, leading to a qualitative change in land use because of intensive use of technological inputs. Uruguay, just as the other countries of the region, is part of this phenomenon. The massive introduction ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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