Water and Wastewater

Sustainability win-win as natural ingredients producer puts the squeeze on waste while protecting the environment with KDS dewatering

A leading New Zealand food processing company committed to ongoing excellence in sustainability has become an early adopter of a sludge dewatering technology engineered to cost-efficiently reduce the environmental footprint of food, beverage, and wastewater treatment throughout Australasia.  The international fruit processing facility in Hawkes Bay (which cannot be named for contractual confidentiality reasons) processes tens of thousands of tons of fruit for both local and export markets, using a compact and cost-efficient KDS multidisc roller system from CST Wastewater Solutions as part of their process.  The low-energy …

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From Drought to Flood: CST Manages Water in Australia’s Harshest Conditions

Tooleybuc’s cost-effective ultrafiltration system, top and floods in the Northern Rivers Districts, below Dorothea Mackellar summed up Australia’s climate beautifully with the opening lines of My Country: “I love a sunburnt country, A land of sweeping plains, Of ragged mountain ranges, Of droughts and flooding rains.” And one company that know these climactic extremes to …

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New CST packages eliminate the jigsaw of complexity and costs in waste water, recycling and green energy sustainability projects

   CST Wastewater Solutions packages include proven global and locally manufactured technologies ranging from fixed installations (left) to remote container or skid-mounted portable low-maintenance applications (right). New engineer-and-build water and waste water treatment and recycling packages are being introduced by CST Wastewater Solutions for industries and municipalities that want to lower the cost and complexity …

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Council partnership shows how ultrafiltration can benefit Australia’s precious water resources

Towns like Tooleybuc can benefit from cost-effective ultrafiltration systems to improve water quality Municipal councils all over Australasia are seeking optimum ways to address challenges posed by water resources declining both in quantity and quality under pressure from local populations and the needs of industry and agricultural users. Such demands are compounded further as environmentally …

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Clean and green brewery points the way to water and energy gains for food and beverage industry

A water recovery plant designed to target world’s best-practice water reuse standards in the food and beverage industry has exceeded its designers’ high expectations in service at the new Bluetongue brewery in Australia. The waste water treatment and green energy plant at the $A120 million Pacific Beverages’ Bluetongue Brewery in NSW also provides valuable renewable …

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Bathurst Regional Council supernatant recycling project demonstrates substantial water conservation

A major NSW regional council has introduced a supernatant recycling system into the filtration plant in the town water supply, helping to conserve potable water and providing substantial water savings over the long term. The Bathurst Regional Council recycle system, installed by Ted Wilson & Sons of Blayney using equipment supplied by CST Wastewater Solutions, …

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