Water & Wastewater Treatment News For The Food & Beverage Industry

  1. BioLargo Completes Study Of Breakthrough Water Treatment Technology For Poultry Process Water And Municipal Wastewater Treatment
    2/6/2018

    BioLargo Inc. (OTCQB:BLGO), an innovator of sustainable science and technology and a full-service environmental engineering company, announced today the completion of a study that demonstrates the effectiveness of its Advanced Oxidation System (“AOS”) water treatment platform for treatment of poultry wastewater and municipal tertiary wastewater.

  2. New IoT Web-Enabled CA900 Titration Analyzer Measures Alkalinity Automatically And Accurately
    1/26/2018

    Engineers and laboratory technicians responsible for maintaining alkaline and pH levels in balance to support a wide range of municipal and industrial water-based processes will find the new IoT web-enabled CA900 Titration Analyzer from Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD) automates the process of routine alkalinity measurement with a simple, accurate and cost-effective approach.

  3. 727 Food And Drink Acquisitions In 2017
    1/23/2018

    2017 was another record year for food and drink industry transactions, with 727 registered in the bevblog.net mergers and acquisitions database, an average of almost 14 each week.

  4. Leading Dairy Producer Shows Food Manufacturers How Waste-To-Energy Innovation Achieves Outstanding Environmental And Production Benefits
    1/16/2018

    One of the largest dairy production operations in the US is achieving outstanding environmental performance from a Global Water & Energy, a member of the Global Water Engineering (GWE) Group of Companies, FLOTAMET anaerobic digestion plant that removes pollution from wastewater and transforms it into green energy to fuel boilers.

  5. Water Academy Seminar To Outline Benefits Of UV Technology For Cost-Effective Process Water Disinfection
    1/12/2018

    Protecting water from harmful microbial contamination in municipal and manufacturing applications will be the topic of the latest Water Academy seminar, jointly organised by First-AVPR Venture, Inc. (FAVI) and Hanovia.

  6. U.S. EPA, American Samoa Reach Revised Settlement With Starkist
    12/26/2017

    The U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have reached a revised $6.5M settlement with StarKist Co. and its subsidiary, Starkist Samoa Co., to resolve federal environmental violations at their tuna processing facility in American Samoa.

  7. Wastewater Treatment Challenges In Poultry And Egg Processing Program Offered At 2018 IPPE
    12/19/2017

    Water is a necessary component of producing a safe and wholesome source of protein. While the poultry and the egg industry has a long history of efficiently utilizing water in poultry and egg processing plants, the industry consistently faces new challenges ranging from bacteria thresholds in stormwater to the carryover of antimicrobial compounds into wastewater treatment plants.

  8. Converting Waste Water From Dairies To Animal Feed And Aviation Fuel
    12/13/2017

    Scientists have developed a bioprocess that enables conversion of acid whey, a dairy by-product, without the use of additional chemicals. Professor Lars Angenent from the Center of Applied Geosciences at the University of Tübingen and international colleagues used microbiome cultures similar to those in the human gut.

  9. The Latest Poop From The Turkey Coop
    11/20/2017

    While turkeys at Thanksgiving are an age-old custom, a new study shows that turkey excrement may have a future as a fuel for heat and electricity.

  10. Cermaq Applies For 13 Development Licenses For FlexiFarm – Closed Containment Systems With Water Treatment Against Infections
    11/7/2017

    Cermaq aims to be leading in technology development that contributes to sustainable food production. FlexiFarm strengthens the competitive advantages of fish farming in coastal areas and addresses the concerns raised by politicians, authorities, NGOs, our customers, and not at least by the industry itself.