Posts in the Soft Drinks category

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How HPS Pigging Systems Save Beverage Companies Water

Posted in on 23rd May 2019

Saving Water is one of the Key Benefits to Drinks Processors, Manufacturers and Bottlers From soft drinks, juices and plant-based beverages to spirits, beer, wines and liquors, HPS liquid product recovery (‘pigging’) technology is in wide use in the beverage industry. It’s is one of the most effective ways to improve yields, increase production capacity,

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How Minimising Waste Can Be Profitable for Food Manufacturers

Food Waste is a Major Problem Throughout the World Food waste is a very hot topic dominating the food and beverage industry. In recent years, it’s also become a key issue that has climbed up the public and political agenda throughout the world. The problem is that approximately one-third of food produced globally for human

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Minimising Production Downtime in Food and Drink Manufacture

Posted in on 17th August 2018

Production Downtime Causes Problems for Food and Drink Manufacturers Downtime refers to a period during which production has stopped or equipment or machinery is not working correctly. Its one of the biggest challenges facing food and beverage manufacturers due to the cost implications associated with it. For a food and beverage processing plant,  the typical cost

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The EU Industrial Emissions Directive and the Beverage Industry

Posted in on 27th July 2018

About the EU Industrial Emissions Directive The EU Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) refers to the legal measures that companies are required to follow to reduce their harmful industrial emissions. This includes emissions of wastewater and generation of waste. Although the rules were initially implemented in 2011, EU regulators are currently proposing a series of best

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How to Reduce the Use of CO2 With a Pigging System

Posted in on 4th July 2018

CO2 Shortage Impacting Food and Drink Supplies Northern Europe is facing a carbon dioxide (CO2) shortage, which is affecting beer, carbonated soft drinks plus many more food and drink items. The UK has predominantly been affected by the shortage, which has forced many manufacturers to halt their production. British baking firm, Warburtons have stopped the

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