food process water Articles

  • Water Use and Reuse in Manufacturing

    Efficiency advances in wastewater reuse and desalination are bringing on-site treatment within reach of more manufacturing operations Three factors — climate, overuse, and pollution — are now propelling the manufacturing industry toward a sea change in its water use. Demand for fresh water is high and increasing. The U.S. Census Bureau has estimated that the U.S.  ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • The Benefits of an Integrated Air and Water Pollution Control Partner

    Although there has been substantial progress during the past several decades in reducing pollution, the EPA, other federal agencies and local governments continue to add and revise requirements and standards, making compliance a challenge for the industrial sector. These companies also face increasing public pressure not just to meet but to exceed pollution control standards, as studies continue ...

  • OECD Tour de Table Reports on Developments on Safety of Manufactured Nanomaterials

    The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) published a May 17, 2018, document entitled Developments in Delegations on the Safety of Manufactured Nanomaterials — Tour de Table.  The document compiles information provided by delegations for the February 2018 ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • The Role of Soil Moisture on our Climate, Weather and Global Warming

    Global warming is a topic that has received much attention in the media, especially during the hot days of summer. The process by which carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere prevents the escape of thermal energy into outer space is known as the greenhouse effect. The higher the carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere the less thermal energy that can escape thus an increasing ...

  • 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 ...

  • Food Processing: Odor Control in Edible Oil Processing

    Abstract: The problems with odor around a typical edible oil deodorizer are discussed in detail, and a three-step solution to eliminate these problems is presented. The three steps are a distillate recovery system which recovers most of the fatty acid in the deodorizer vapor discharge as a valuable byproduct, a closed loop barometric cooling water system which keeps the fatladen ...


    By CR Clean Air Group, LLC

  • Biofilm prevention in potable process water in a food processor - Case Study

    Case study in a food processor that was having problems with biofilm accumulation in its water distribution ...


    By Danish Clean Water A/S

  • Hydro-Transporting Food: best practices for food processing pumps

    Processing plants look for continuous and trouble-free operation from a pump capable of transporting even the most delicate whole food products or processed foods, while keeping product damage to a minimum. This ensures the highest profits for the plant. Cornell pumps help hydro-transfer systems to clean and convey potatoes, carrots, cranberries, pickles, cherries, beans, peppers, leafy ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Food Processing: Facility uses EtO Sterilization in Food Ingredients Case Study

    Ethylene oxide gas (EtO) is widely used to sterilize materials and products that would be damaged by methods involving heat, moisture or radiation. Depending on industry standards, EtO can be used to reduce or inactivate the microbial population of a product or material. EtO Sterilization Inc. provides contract sterilization services for more than 200 customers from its three Northern New Jersey ...


    By CR Clean Air Group, LLC

  • Detection of allergens in processed foods: the next analytical challenge

    Those of us involved in the food allergen analytical community are constantly striving to improve allergen detection methods. One of the areas of focus in recent years has been to investigate how we can enhance the detection of allergens present in processed foods. The majority of the food and drink we consume has been processed or modified in some way, this processing brings about many benefits ...


    By Romer Labs Diagnostic GmbH

  • Controlling pest birds in the food processing industry

    Pest birds can be a serious health and safety issue if they are not controlled. In food processing plants they can cause extensive damage, health issues and safety problems to workers. Pest birds such as pigeons, starlings and sparrows are very common in and around commercial facilities. These facilities often provide perfect roosting places, shelter for nesting and a wonderful food source. ...


    By Bird-B-Gone, Inc.

  • Food Processing: Venturi Scrubber and Separator Cuts Steam Costs Case Study

    New Solutions to Plant Problems:Soybean extraction at Land 0 ‘ Lakes, Inc., Sheldon, IA, is an energy- intensive operation. Beans must be cleaned, properly dried, tempered, cleaned a second time, fragmented, and heat-conditioned to increase smface area and distort cell walls. On the extraction side of the process, soybean flakes are extracted by repeated countercurrent percolation of hexane ...


    By CR Clean Air Group, LLC

  • Controlling food additives level in a process tank case study

    SmartScan50 provides real time level measurement results of food additives during production for a major chemical supplier. The customer is a prominent supplier of ingredients and fine chemicals for the food, cosmetic, detergent, and pharmaceutical industries, and also specializing in the manufacture and development of Citric Acid, Citrates and Phosphates. The company invests greatly in its ...

  • The role of process water in pathogen reduction

    The USDA’s Pathogen Reduction/Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) rule in July of 1996 required all meat and poultry slaughter plants to adopt a system of process controls to prevent food safety hazards. It contained four components: standard operating procedures (SOPs) for sanitation, HACCP plans, generic E. coli testing and Salmonella performance standards. With the ...


    By Zentox Corporation

  • Reducing waste water in the food and drink industry

    The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) has advised that the food and drink industry must work to minimise the amount of water used in production processes, to avoid two thirds of the world’s population living in areas classed as ‘water-scarce’ by 2050. In their new policy report IChemE has called on the industry to move towards co-ordinated action in reducing the amount ...


    By Aquaread Limited

  • Beef Processing Waste Water Treatment

    Industrial Beef Processor Wastewater Treatment Success Story Beef Processing Wastewater Treatment - $80k Saved a Month! First Beef Processing Facility This facility ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • 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 ...

  • Food waste prevention roadmap factors in water savings

    Food waste is a critical problem affecting business, communities, the environment and water scarcity worldwide, but the problem is particularly acute in the United States, according to a report from ReFED. ReFED is a group of businesses, nonprofits, foundations, and government leaders committed to reducing food waste. It was formed in early 2015 to create a Roadmap to Reduce U.S. Food Waste, the ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Waste Water Treatment Processes Explained

    SUNCOAST WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT  presents  AEROBIC -verses- ANAEROBIC THE AEROBIC PROCESS There are two basic types of sewerage treatment processes, which are the Aerobic process and the Anaerobic process. Aerobic means with air or oxygen and Anaerobic (septic) means without air or oxygen. Aerobic bacteria are a higher life form and when digesting waste are utilising dissolved oxygen or air in ...

  • Cleaning Solutions for the Food Industry

    International Products Corporation (IPC) offers a full line of free-rinsing precision concentrated cleaners that are effective in a wide range of critical cleaning applications. An economical 1-2% concentration in water is effective for most cleaning applications.  Typical uses include removing protein, starch, grease, fat, gum, oil and baked on soil ...

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