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Food & Beverage

Water is a basic but essential element, widely used in all food processes.
At the same time, it is a crucial ingredient in beverages and food products, the most important media for cleaning and sterilizing equipment and machines, and an unavoidable resource in utilities when heating, cooling, and power generation are required.
On the other hand, the global attention to wastewater handling before disposal is increasing, while the limitations on polluting effluents are more stringent than ever.
The necessity and willingness to follow a sustainable development model pushes the food industry to reduce the consumption of raw materials and contain water consumption using the most advanced water reuse technologies.

Product Portfolio

Desalination & Water Treatment

Water at plant sites can often be drawn from seas, lakes, or rivers, and, in most cases, treatment is mandatory. Read more.

Drinking Water Production

Treatment should make the water suitable for human consumption and its use as an ingredient in beverages.


Removing dissolved gases (such as oxygen and carbon dioxide) from feed water is strictly necessary to preserve the boiler. Read more.


These processes are used to treat water for boiler feeding and produce water with particular characteristics (taste, quality) for use as an ingredient in beverages. Read more.

Process Fluids Treatment

Several technologies (membranes, ionic exchange) are used for a wide range of food and beverage production processes: juice, sugar syrup, pectin, grape and other fruit treatment.

Effluent Treatment

According to the specific production processes, the effluent can be characterized by a wide range of organic and inorganic pollutants. Several steps of treatment are necessary to make it suitable for discharge: pre-treatment (chemical-physical process, dissolved air flotation) and biological treatment with several processes (EmbioArt® MBR technology, MBBR, SBR, and activated sludge). Read more.

Anaerobic Treatment

Anaerobic technology is a valid alternative to biodegradation in an aerobic environment. In such systems, longer carbon chains are degraded into methane as the basic constituent of biogas. This is especially important in the countries where alternative power production grants access to financial aid. Read more.

Wastewater Reuse and Zero Liquid Discharge

Water Reuse is now mandatory for all industries that aim to reduce environmental impact and increase sustainability. Read more.