Posts in the Pigging Industry News category

pig recovering product

How Pigging and Product Recovery Systems Work – New Video

Pigging Used in Hygienic (or Sanitary) Applications If you drink lemonade, cola, other soft drinks, wines or spirits, or use shower gel, shampoo, conditioner or deodorant, eat ready meals, chocolate, pickle, sauces, feed your dog or cat pet food, or use paints or coatings, then you have almost certainty used something that’s been “pigged”! Pigging

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Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed! HPS Scores 100%

Posted in on 11th January 2017

Our Customer Survey Results At HPS we are committed to providing high quality products, services and solutions. At the same time, we recognise the importance of delivering a great customer service and after-sales support. We believe the exemplary standard of service you can expect from HPS sets us apart from other product recovery and pigging

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zero waste week

Zero Waste Week

Helping Us All with Sustainability This week is Zero Waste Week. If you haven’t heard of it before, Zero Waste Week is an annual campaign committed to reducing landfill. Its key aims are to help everyone in our communities, including individuals, businesses and groups, to do more to lower the amount of stuff we throw

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Pigging System Demonstration Facility

New Pigging System Demo Lab

Posted in on 11th August 2016

Our New Pigging System Demonstration Facility is Taking Shape! Over the past few weeks, we’ve been building a brand new pigging system demonstration facility. Housed at our headquarters in Nottingham, UK, the new, purpose-built demo room means that anyone that’s interested in pigging and product recovery can see, at first-hand, a live system in action. Increasing

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sugar in soft drinks

Soft Drinks and the UK Sugar Tax

Posted in on 9th June 2016

What Can Beverage Companies Do? For the past few years, sugary drinks have been in the firing line in the war against obesity. While there’s evidence that sugary drinks contribute obesity, there are differing ideas on the best ways to prevent it. In a budget announcement in March 2016, the UK Government included a sugar

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