Food & Beverage

The food and beverage water and wastewater treatment market is accounts for the largest section of the Industrial Water & Wastes Digest audience. Common food & beverage water and wastewater treatment technologies include aerobic digestion, anaerobic digestion, SCADA systems, flow measurement, level measurement, headworks, screens and filtration. Some facilities use ultrafiltration, ultraviolet disinfection and other technologies for industrial water and wastewater treatment. Common facilities include dairy production plants, food processing facilities, chicken processing, beer brewing/micro breweries and wineries.

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Aug 5 2021
Emergency regulations to temporarily stop thousands of farmers, landowners and others from diverting water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta…
Jun 3 2021
Ecolab Inc., launched Water Flow Intelligence, a digital service that provides industry with real-time visibility of water usage at the enterprise,…
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May 19 2021
Engineers and technicians working to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria at municipal as well as industrial water and wastewater treatment…
Mar 1 2021
This webinar will cover food and beverage water and wastewater from the perspective of an industrial user — in this case a brewer — and a utility.…
Feb 24 2021
An effort led by researchers at The Ohio State University will help the Navajo Nation mitigate the lack of water and food security, according to Ohio…
Feb 23 2021
Nestlé Waters North America and its Ice Mountain bottled water operations in Michigan are being sold to a pair of New York private equity firms. One…
Feb 4 2021
The Port of Mattawa, Washington is working to expand and improve the infrastructure of its wastewater treatment system to accommodate the increasing…
Jan 28 2021
Hundreds of California wineries will be governed by statewide wastewater processing rules for the first time.  The move toward a statewide regulatory…
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Dec 29 2020
Nestled in southeast Tennessee east of Knoxville along the Pigeon River, Newport is home to 7,000 people and Stokely-Van Camp’s (ConAgra) food…
Dec 28 2020
As plant capacity has increased in recent years, Bongards has made continuous improvements to its wastewater treatment programs and facilities,…
Dec 22 2020
Environmental and farm groups are lobbying Wisconsin for significant funding. The goal of these groups is to support farms across Wisconsin and…
Nov 16 2020
What makes Bear Republic Brewing Company special is just how conscious its chief operating officer and master brewer is of water’s impact on the…
Nov 16 2020
At the outset of the 2020s, the global food system is more complex than ever. Billions of people have escaped poverty since the turn of the century.…
Nov 12 2020
Dairy farmers and livestock producers manage more than 1 billion tons of animal manure annually in the U.S. With many dairy operations in the U.S.…
Oct 27 2020
Nestlé Waters North America plans to pump up to 65 million gallons of groundwater a year out of the Upper Arkansas River Valley for bottling in…
Sep 20 2020
Water Storage Tank provider National Storage Tank, Inc. announced the expansion of their Stainless Steel fabrication capabilities to accommodate a…
Aug 20 2020
All food and beverage industry facilities have rigorous cleaning requirements. In addition to food safety, these plants have massive water demands.…
Jul 21 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the capacity to produce raw material for aluminum can production is lacking.  “The aluminum beverage can manufacturing…
Nov 1 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
Employees of Emmons Pump & Control outside the business in front of the company's logo
Emmons Employees Pictured Left to Right: Beth Lounsbury, Drew Fox, Trent Emmons, Chris Roloson, Kim Emmons, Logan Geurtze, Nick Robinson, Ryan Frank, Eric Bashford.
Sep 13 2019
Metropolitan Ind. Acquires Emmons Pump & Control Acquisition seeks to demonstrate passion for developing & expanding products in the water…
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