As energy reduction and water footprinting becomes standard in the food and beverage industry, services that limit costs and tap into economic benefits linked to water conservation/reuse will be sought after, according to a Frost & Sullivan report.
According to a Frost & Sullivan report, the food and beverage industry will require a re-assessment of safe solutions and process efficiencies. This is due to the industry’s increasing focus on health and wellness as well as green production. Many large global corporations such as AB InBev and Branston have taken up water conservation as a priority, setting targets track to improve water use ratios and wastewater discharge levels.
This projected trend of water reuse practices is also expected to push developments in water recycling technologies, especially in the water-stressed regions of North America and Asia-Pacific.
Furthermore, analysis details that opportunities now lie in design/engineering and operation/maintenance, and are likely to expand as industrial customers increasingly turn to water specialists to improve their operational efficiency and meet stricter environmental standards.
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