Ninety-nine per­cent ef­fi­cient plant shows food, bev­er­age and agribusi­ness how to re­cy­cle waste­water and profit from green en­ergy

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - FOOD & BEVERAGE INDUSTRY -

An out­stand­ingly ef­fi­cient in­dus­trial waste­water treat­ment plant us­ing tech­nol­ogy be­ing in­tro­duced to Aus­trala­sia is demon­strat­ing to the food, bev­er­age and agribusi­ness pro­cess­ing in­dus­tries how to turn waste into profit.

The plant, em­ploy­ing Global Wa­ter En­gi­neer­ing tech­nol­ogy dis­trib­uted here by CST Waste­water So­lu­tions, re­moves more than 99 per­cent of or­ganic pol­lu­tants from waste­water and turns them into prof­itable bio­gas green en­ergy.

The new plant is be­ing com­mis­sioned in Cal­i­for­nia by the world’s largest win­ery to trans­form waste­water into re­cy­cled wa­ter in a place where, like Aus­tralia and parts of New Zealand, pop­u­la­tion growth, cli­mate change and se­vere drought can

The con­duits and fit­tings are suit­able for pro­duc­tion and pack­ag­ing equip­ment, con­veyor sys­tems, pick and place sys­tems and ro­botic sys­tems for dy­namic ap­pli­ca­tion. They as­sure pro­tec­tion not only for the food and bev­er­age industry, but where ever there are strict re­quire­ments for clean ap­pli­ca­tions. chal­lenge gov­ern­ments’ abil­ity to pro­vide clean wa­ter for a healthy en­vi­ron­ment.

The tech­nol­ogy in­volved trans­forms waste from a dis­posal prob­lem into a source of on­go­ing profit from green en­ergy and re­cy­cled wa­ter worth tens of mil­lions of dol­lars over the life­time of the plant, says the Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor of CST Waste­water So­lu­tions, Michael Bam­bridge. CST Waste­water So­lu­tions is de­ploy­ing sim­i­lar tech­nol­ogy in Aus­tralia and New Zealand, where it can be used in ap­pli­ca­tions in­clud­ing food, bev­er­age and agribusi­ness ap­pli­ca­tions ex­tend­ing from meat, dairy, crop, fruit, veg­etable, tim­ber and any in­dus­trial plant with a bi­o­log­i­cal waste stream.

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