Dairy Water News

  • Internet of Things – Improving Animal Welfare and Reducing Use of Water

    It’s been a buzz word for some time now; the internet of things (IoT), which sees the adoption of technologies including sensor-controlled rooms for growing lettuces, cows connected to the internet to improve milk, and even bees receiving a boost from automated heaters. A report by Beecham Research, as detailed in The Guardian, examines how the use of IoT has real potential to cut costs and ...


  • 1500 Dairy Farmers Face Late Payments – Savings through Vertical And Horizontal Tanks

    According to The Guardian, up to 1500 farmers will not be paid for their milk on Monday, as the UK’s largest dairy company announced that it was delaying payments due to a crash in prices.  First Milk, a co-operative owned by British farmers explained that 2014 had been an incredibly volatile year for the global dairy industry and that it will have to delay payments to farmers by two ...


  • Danone invests 6 million euro in treatment facilities at Lipetsk dairy plant

    MOSCOW. Aug 25 (Interfax) - The Danone group has invested 6 million euro in the water and wastewater treatment facilities at Lipetskiy Molochnyy Kombinat, the company said in a press release. The company's partner in the project was Enviro-Chemie, which carried out a similar project for Danone in Kemerovo in late 2013. The press release says that the Lipetsk dairy plant is one of the company's ...

    By EnviroChemie GmbH

  • Biomar plant treats 4,000 m³ of dairy wastewater per day in Brazil

    EnviroChemie has completed the commissioning of a wastewater treatment plant for a large-scale dairy in the town of Pocos de Caldas, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. More than 150 m³ of production wastewater are cleaned there every hour. The Biomar treatment plant essentially consists of two Flomar high-performance flotation systems with a capacity of 80 to 100 m³/h each. The ...

    By EnviroChemie GmbH

  • Turning whey in dairy wastewater into alcohol and revenue

    Turning whey from dairy wastewater into alcohol and a revenue stream was the subject of a recent presentation by Paul O'Callaghan CEO of O2 Environmental. This presentation was for Water Tech Week February 2011 in San Jose, California, USA and outlines, by way of a case study, how it is possible to save money and actually create revenue streams. This is through sustainable water and energy ...

    By O2 Environmental Inc.

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