A Full Scale Water Recovery and Reuse Project at a Food Manufacturing Plant
In 2012, the Clean Water America Alliance awarded a US Water Prize to PepsiCo Frito-Lay for its Casa Grande, Arizona, facility, earning it the designation as the first full-scale “water and recovery reuse plant” in the US. The 650,000-gallon-per-day process water recovery treatment system recycles up to 75% of the facility’s process water, enabling Frito-Lay to reduce its annual water use by up to 100 million gallons.
This webinar, which aired on February 27, discussed the design, construction and operational lessons learned during and after the start-up of this project. The Frito-Lay, Casa Grande, Ariz. facility has been operating for more than two years.
GE Water & Process Technologies and Frito-Lay will present this webinar, detailing how this state-of-the-art process water reuse system integrates screening, sedimentation, MBR, activated carbon, ultraviolet, low pressure reverse osmosis, water stabilization and chlorine disinfection to produce drinking water quality water to be reused in food production.
During this webinar expect to:
- Learn how Frito-Lay converts its process water into drinking water quality for direct reuse
- Understand the GE technologies offered for industrial water reuse
- Tap in to the expertise of MBR and water/wastewater experts
Register now to watch in on-demand viewing.
Moderator: Dave Fusaro, Editor in Chief
Presenter: Dr. Mohammad Haghighipodeh, Corporate Sustainability Manager, Frito-Lay North America Inc., A Division of PepsiCo.
Presenter: Brian Arntsen, UFMBR Global Domain Leader, GE Water & Process Technologies