ERS for in-plant handling of food solid residuals

The food industry is now facing increasing pressure to ensure that their company's activities are environmentally sensitive, but there is also increased internal pressure to maintain or increase profitability in the face of fierce competition. A major environmental problem faced by the food industry deals with the disposal of food processing residuals. ERS technology is recommended for in-plant handling of solid residuals and their disposal.
Food Processing Industry Waste
The food industry is now facing increasing pressure to ensure that their company's activities are environmentally sensitive, but there is also increased internal pressure to maintain or increase profitability in the face of fierce competition.

 
Food Residue waste from Food Processing Industry
A major environmental problem faced by the food industry deals with the disposal of food processing residuals. In most instances residual materials frequently have no utility and must be disposed of in a manner which will preclude environmental pollution and public health concern. Food processing residuals generally possess high moisture contents. Disposal problems are attributable to the water content, coupled with the large quantities of residuals that are normally generated within a short period of time. Land disposal techniques, if improperly conducted, may result in the release of liquid (leachate) which can pollute both surface and ground waters. To assist in the prevention of these occurrences, ERS technology is recommended for in-plant handling of solid residuals and their disposal.
Waste residual concerns of food-processing Industry
  • Wastewater and solid wastes are the primary area of pollution control within the fruit and vegetable food-processing industry.
  • Meat, poultry, and seafood facilities offer a more difficult waste stream to treat. The killing and rendering processes create blood by-products and waste streams, which are extremely high in BOD.
  • Wastewater and solid waste are the primary waste streams for the beverage and fermentation sector.
  • A majority of the waste milk in dairy wastewaters comes from start-up and shutdown operations performed in the high-temperature, short time (HTST) pasteurization process. This waste is pure milk raw material mixed with water.
ERS for Expired and Reject Merchandise
  • Expired and reject merchandise from food processing industry, convenient stores and supermarket, can be put directly without segregation.
  • Output Animal feed / Fertilizer can be separated with plastics easily, after fermentation
ERS for Bakery Waste
ERS for Volume reduction and recycling of liquid products
  • Fruit juice contains a lot of sugar. When it is dried up, the residual of it could impair the stirrer
  • The BOD (Biochemical oxygen demand) is very high and it is very difficult to be processed with effluent treatment facility. Therefore, it is usually incinerated.
  • The residual of fruit juice (sugar) is decomposed with ERS. Since there is no residual, nothing can impair the equipment.
ERS for Tea dregs Waste
  • No need for solid/liquid separation, wet leaves can be fermented & dried.
  • Fermented & dried tea dregs, silage results in animal feed.

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