iWWD January/February 2017

At the beginning of each year, most people make a list of resolutions and goals to keep them focused in the upcoming 12 months. Oftentimes they are about exercising more and eating better. Like many, I, too, am guilty of letting those goals slip away...
With more than 400 facilities worldwide, one of the world’s largest meat processors and marketers produced more than 42 million chickens and 500,000 head of beef and pork per week in 2010. Messy Machines Depending on the species, one-third to half of...
Above: Field service technicians continuously check quality levels at the dairy’s wastewater treatment while working around the clock. The caller said he needed a wastewater operator on site as soon as possible. In addition, he needed the operator...
Industrial wastewater facilities tend to treat wastes with highly variable flows and concentrations. As a result, these facilities tend to be difficult to operate and may have issues with settling, toxicity and ammonia removal. Operators struggle to...
Above: Darigold in Boise, Idaho, installed a 1.7-million-gal anaerobic reactor to compensate for introducing a cottage cheese line.  Wastewater generated from industrial dairy plants poses many challenges for treatment. Dairy processing wastewater...
Power consumption growth is slowing in China, and while the country is investing in renewable energy, it also is exploring technology to make coal-fired power more effective at meeting discharge regulations. To lower air pollution, the Hebei Zhuozhou...

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