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

  1. Revolutionary Sludge Management Comes To America

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

  2. Feds Take Steps To Regulate Water For Food

    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

    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

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

  5. A New Approach To Early Biofilm Detection

    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

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

  7. Tap Vs. Bottled Taste Test: Consumers Weigh In

    DC Water’s taste test shines the spotlight on municipal water quality, public perception, and consumer relations.

  8. Arsenic 101: 5 Questions Answered

    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.