Meat Processing Wastewater Treatment Applications
Meat processing facilities produce wastewater with heavy loads of fats, oils, grease and solids. Before sending that water down the sewer drain, pre-treatment is required to remove as much of these solids and oils as possible. While removing these contaminants is simple with a properly designed DAF system, devising the most cost-effective treatment process is where facilities directors stand to make the most meaningful impact on their bottom line. The right combination of equipment, chemicals, and training can greatly reduce wastewater expenses.
From pork, beef, and poultry to fish, scallops, clams, and shrimp, FRC has over 125 installations in meat processing and rendering plants around the world.