Clearfleau is exhibiting our water treatment and bio-energy technologies on stand number 5B113 at the event and showcasing our latest projects.
Clearfleau’s Richard Gueterbock will be speaking about “Reducing the environmental impact of food processing through bio-energy and water reuse” in the Circular Economy Theatre. The seminar takes place on Day 1, 12th September, from 11.00 to 11.30.
Richard says: “Water use and energy consumption are key issues for the food processing sector. While food and drink manufacturers must satisfy stakeholder pressure on carbon emissions, they also need to manage water resources more effectively. On-site bio-energy generation can facilitate grey water re-use and carbon capture. As part of more effective resource use, this will enable manufacturers to access the latent energy content in their bio-residues.”
RWM, the leading recycling, water and energy management event in the UK, is under new management. It will feature 350 seminars and 500 exhibitors focused on building a more resource-efficient future and attracts over 12,000 visitors from around the world.
To find out more and register for free tickets, visit the RWM website.