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