There is a universal problem facing the food and beverage industry: removing fat, oil and grease
(FOG) from water.
Without an effective oil removal solution, food and beverage companies can face increased costs for water
treatment and discharge, maintenance concerns, and also miss out on the opportunity for a new revenue
To identify a proper solution, you must first pinpoint the source of the problem. View the infographic
below to see how FOG originates across eight food industry segments, including:
If you work in the food and beverage industry, you are
likely familiar with the challenges that fat, oil and grease (FOG) buildup presents and the
potential costly impact on your wastewater treatment processes and your bottom line.
Removing FOG from water is an important problem to address in all...
Whether you are washing down farm equipment, transporting edible
oils, cooking meat, or manufacturing food packaging, in each segment of the vast food and beverage industry
there is a universal problem: fat, oil and grease (FOG) in wastewater.
Without effective and efficient oil removal solutions in place, food and beverage companies can face
increased costs for water treatment and discharge, maintenance concerns, and environmental compliance
issues, among other problems.