High-quality dosing technology for food production
The food industry imposes strict requirements on the purity of water used in food production. The water must be free from organic and inorganic contaminants, heavy metals, microorganisms, and other harmful substances. The type of wastewater varies depending on the type of food processing and requires a differentiated treatment method accordingly. For example, wastewater from meat processing plants may have higher organic load compared to wastewater from grain processing plants. The water used in food production should naturally not have any undesirable taste or odor that could affect the quality of the final product.