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Food & Beverage

Increasing production + reducing waste 

A growing concern facing various food and beverage production facilities is the issue of how to treat the high strength waste created during production. One example is breweries, which produce wastewater with high concentrations of COD, BOD and TSS resulting in elevated surcharge or haul away costs. Using the FMX enables food and beverage production facilities to treat the high strength waste, reducing costs related to surcharges or haul away. In some cases, raw materials in the waste can be recovered and sold as an animal feedstock, creating a win-win situation for these facilities.

Targeted Issues

  • Brewery trub recovery
  • Bakery TS removal
  • Winery distillary waste
  • Juice concentration
  • Flume water reuse

F&B Wastewater

F&B Manufacturing

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