What are the Benefits of installing WTP in Food Industries?
Water! It is an essential ingredient in food & beverage industrial sector. It is used in a variety of daily operations, from cleaning raw materials to incorporating recipes.
Many plants believe that municipal water is clean and safe to drink. However, water quality has raised concerns among processing units. Before using this water, it is now necessary to monitor its quality, and determine impurity levels.
Water must be treated to ensure that it does not interfere with the manufacturing process. Once used, all water leaving the plant must be treated to meet State and Federal discharge limits.
Need of water treatment plants and wastewater treatment plants
The industries are major contributors to global industrial pollution, because they discharge hazardous and polluted water into the environment. Strict criteria for wastewater discharge have been established for industries. As a result, industries must now treat wastewater, before discharging it into the environment.
Netsol Water is helping industries in investigating water recycling and reuse strategies, in order to improve sustainability. As water scarcity is a major threat, to the food and beverage industries, water conversation can help them to reduce their water footprint, as well as, operate more efficiently.
What is the significance of water quality in the food and beverage industry?
Microbiologically polluted impure water can not only affect the quality of manufactured food and beverages, but can also degrade product quality and shorten product shelf life.
Benefits of installing Water Treatment Plants in Food and Beverage Industries
1) Waste Management
Water treatment plants are in charge of refining the water, by removing massive amounts of waste from it, before discharging it into the environment. This greatly decreases the health risks, associated with increased environmental pollution.
2) Energy Generation
A large amount of biodegradable material is present in the sludge, collected during the treatment process. This is treated using an anaerobic process that generates methane. The methane gas produced during the process is converted into electricity, which is then used to power the wastewater treatment plant.
3) Fertilizer Manufacturing
The biodegradable materials in wastewater can be converted into natural fertilizers, which can be used in agriculture to increase crop yield. It reduces the use, of chemical fertilizers.
4) Water Reusability
When wastewater is treated, it yields reusable water that can be used for a variety of purposes, in industry or on farmlands, or it can be transported to a residential area for multiple uses.
5) Food/Beverage Processing that is safe and of high quality
The treated and refined water can be used to make safe and high-quality food and beverages.
Which Food and Beverage industries require water treatment?
The food and beverage industry is heavily reliant on a variety of water-related applications. Purified water is essential for safe and industry-compliant operations, in everything from food ingredients and wastewater treatment in processing facilities, to boilers, dishwashers, steamers, and ice machines in food service establishments.
Netsol Water provides cutting-edge water treatment technology, to meet the diverse needs and stringent industry standards, of the food and beverage industries. Our cutting-edge water purification systems can be customized, to suit a wide range of applications, including:
- Mixing Food and Beverage Ingredients
- Water for Drinking
- Filtration of beverages and ice
- Treatment of the Boiler and Hot Water
- Purification of Process Water
- Water Utility Production
- Processes of Clean-in-Place (CIP) and Sanitize-in-Place (SIP)
- Water Conservation
- Dishwashers, steamers, and steam tables
How can we assist?
Send your specifications to Netsol Water. We create customized sustainable water treatment plants for industries, ensuring that wastewater is treated and usable!
We provide Reverse Osmosis Plant, Ion Exchange, Carbon Filtration, De-aeration, UV Disinfection, and Sedimentation Processes, all of which are important for Food and Beverage Processors.