Nov 03, 2016

iWWD November 2016

Colorado is known for its excellent craft beer, so it makes sense that the Rocky Mountain State also is home to some interesting research around brewery wastewater and batteries.  Now, energy generation might not be the first thing that comes to mind…
Above: The drum screen at Del Rey Packing Co. Central California food processor Del Rey Packing Co. manufactures and packages high-quality raisins for worldwide distribution. But the dehydration and packaging of raisins creates a continuous wastewater…
  Above: The gas collection cover provides a gastight seal over the reactor. Wastewater treatment options at pulp and paper mills vary depending on the type of product produced, effluent characteristics, environmental regulations and treatment objectives…
It’s no secret that the American craft beer industry has experienced stratospheric growth in the past decade. The number of craft breweries in the U.S. increased 15% in 2015 to 4,269 breweries—more than at any other time in history, according to the…
Above: Covanta’s Energy-From-Waste facility in Tulsa, Okla., takes wastewater and puts it through a liquid direct injection process. American Airlines changes the tires on its planes every 60 to 90 days. This presents multiple challenges from a…
Above: Crews move the lightweight HDPE pipe sections into place. The Plastics Pipe Institute Inc. (PPI) named a new saltwater disposal (SWD) facility in northern Texas its Project of the Year for its Energy Piping Systems Division. More than 700 ft of…
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