Water recycling and reduction

Lowering your water use and reduce your cost

Paul Thomson

Paul Thomson

Director of Water & Environment

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Remember the three R’s? Water used in beverage manufacturing processes that is normally discharged from the site either as trade effluent into a municipal sewer or treated and disposed into a local water course can be reduced, reused or recycled. The costs of disposal, in the UK, are defined by the Mogden formula and often results in significant charges. So reducing water use has a direct impact on cost where these charges apply.

Zenith Global expertise in this area covers developing plans for water reduction, from basic steps such as monitoring water use and improving employee awareness of water use, through more complex situations where water can be taken from one process and used directly in the next process without any treatment.

We can also design new systems to treat water from the process and return this back into the front end of a plant thereby reducing the demand on the incoming supply.

Interested in finding out more?

Contact us by calling our head office in the UK on 00 44 (0)1225 327900 during UK office hours (08:30-17:00) and we will route you through to the appropriate person. Alternatively, fill in your details in the Contact us form at the bottom of this page and we will call you back as soon as possible.

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