When it comes to running a high-quality F&D facility, the ‘environmental’ aspects need to be run just as tightly as the manufacturing itself.  But all too often what comes out of the end of the pipe is out-of-sight, out-of-mind, and many facilities operate undersized and ineffective wastewater treatment systems that may not be permitted correctly.  On 7th November at the Ricoh Arena Coventry, John Henry will be presenting case study examples in the area of effluent management – from efficiency and prevention to treatment, reuse and disposal options – and highlights the potential pitfalls of regulatory compliance.

The event is the largest sustainable food conference and exhibition in Europe, co-located with a number of other Food and Beverage events it will host a total of 2000 delegates, 200 exhibitors and 250 speakers on the one-day event. It will bring together key stakeholders and regulatory bodies from food and beverage manufacturers, food retailers, food service companies, the agriculture industry, ingredient manufacturers, plus key suppliers of energy, water, engineering, packaging, supply chain, logistics, emissions reduction and waste to energy technology and services that have been instrumental in creating a sustainable food and beverage business.

We would highly recommend the conference and look forward to seeing you there.  Register for FREE [DKB url=”http://www.sustainablefoodexpo.com/delegatesregister/” text=”here” color=”green”]