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Food & Beverage CHANGE CATEGORY

Food & Beverage features, January 2015

Innovation trends in food and beverage filtration applications

Anthony Bennett provides a review of recent innovations in the application of filtration and separation technology in the food and beverage industry.

 
How efficient power produces reliable beer

A power station for a major brewer in North America turned to Dow Water & Process Solutions and Consolidated Water Solutions to ensure a consistent flow of

 

A new on-site bio-energy plant at its UK confectionery factory now supplies nearly 8% of factory electricity demand bringing costs and energy savings to Ne

 

A US dairy processing plant features advanced wastewater treatment technology that not only radically improves biomass recovery and effluent quality, but a

 

Food & beverage supplier Nestlé was looking to reduce the wider environmental impact of its business and meet sustainability goals. A new bio-energy plant

 
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Peter Rose of Alfa Laval takes a look at one of the growth areas of biopharmaceutical filtration and separation: the harvesting of mammalian cells to produ

 
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The first project of this kind in Alberta, it allowed policy makers to test and verify a water reuse framework.

 
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Crossflow filtration has been used for many years in food and beverage applications. Now French filtration specialists SIVA have improved the technology,

 
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The webcast will take place on 19 November.

 
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In the second of his series of articles on the smaller end-use equipment application sectors, Ken Sutherland reviews the equipment marketplace for the proc

 
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Sep ’21

Organisers say the content to be presented in September 2021 will be very similar to that of the postponed WFC13 in April 2020.

 
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