Latest Insights On Water & Wastewater Treatment For The Food & Beverage Industry

  1. Revolutionary Sludge Management Comes To America
    5/30/2014

    Wastewater utilities have a new opportunity to turn their sludge (biosolids) into something special.

  2. Feds Take Steps To Regulate Water For Food
    4/30/2014

    Due to new rules proposed by the FDA, monitoring services and new pumps will likely be shopping-list items for food processors.

  3. Wastewater Disinfection And Energy Generation Make ‘Hot’ Couple
    2/21/2014

    When the Pasteurization Technology Group (PTG) first presented their heat-based wastewater disinfection system to a group of environmental engineers, they didn’t get the response they expected.

  4. Electricity-Producing Microbes Treat Wastewater, Provide Power Source
    11/15/2013

    Newly discovered electrogenic organisms could significantly reduce energy costs for the wastewater industry.

  5. A New Approach To Early Biofilm Detection
    11/14/2013

    To assist industrial operators in managing and preventing biofilm, Italian start-up ALVIM Srl created a monitoring system that provides early warning detection of bacterial biofilm growing on pipelines, tanks, heat exchangers, RO membranes, and other equipment.

  6. Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Uses Energy Wisely
    10/17/2013

    Bob Rebori, President of Bio-Microbics, discusses the challenges and benefits of using decentralized wastewater treatment for commercial applications.

  7. Arsenic 101: 5 Questions Answered
    4/26/2013

    Arsenic in water is one thing, but arsenic in beer? This is getting out of hand. While the drinking water supply is clearly much more of a concern than the beer supply, the sobering fact is that arsenic, a known carcinogen, is far too prevalent in the environment.