Water won’t go to waste at foodpro 2014
Leaders in water, waste and energy solutions across food processing and agriculture, CST Waterwaste Solutions, will showcase the latest in wastewater and green energy technologies at foodpro 2014, Australasia’s largest food processing exhibition.
Mr Mike Bambridge, the Managing Director of CST Wastewater Solutions, will be available (booth R16) to talk through top world standard industrial wastewater and renewable energy solutions.
He will appear alongside Mr Craig Morgan, national energy consultant, who will consult visitors on specific problems and suggest innovative solutions. Both have decades of experience in assisting organisations manage energy, greenhouse gas emissions, and the impacts of climate change.
The Rotary Drum Screen will be one of the wastewater technologies on show, which facilitates pretreatment, grit removal and anaerobic wastewater treatment.
“The latest Rotary Drum Screen has a low investment cost, as well as low operational and maintenance costs. Our wide range of in-house experience means we offer custom-designed machines if needed,” Mr Bambridge said.
“We’re particularly enthusiastic to show companies how much environmental and profit benefit they can achieve by investing in waste-to-energy solutions that permanently reduce the expense of fossil fuels while radically improving environmental impacts on air and water quality,” Mr Bambridge said. “Having an expert like Craig to assist us will be a great benefit for those attending who are seeking quality advice on issues facing food and agribusiness producers throughout Australasia,” he said.
Companies can expect to recoup the cost of installation on CST Waterwaste Solution technologies in as little as two years. The technology on display at foodpro 2014 will not be limited to wastewater cleaning, but also showcase ways to extract bio-gas that can substitute fossil fuel in boilers to generate electricity.
foodpro 2014 will run from Sunday June 22 to Wednesday June 25 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Southbank. To learn more about foodpro 2014 or to register for free entry, visit www.foodproexh.com
foodpro is the definitive event for the food manufacturing and processing industry in Australasia.
Held once every three years, foodpro provides visitors with an opportunity to meet face-to-face with specialist suppliers and compare an extensive range of ingredients, packaging solutions, as well as food processing machinery and technology all under the one roof.
The event showcases the latest global innovations and trends to help decrease operating costs and increase efficiencies. Serving the industry since 1967, the year 2014 will see foodpro come to Melbourne for the very first time.
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