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Project aims to reduce water consumption in food production by 15 to 30%

Christina Tækker writes in TechXplore about a new project to reduce water consumption in food production.

The C3 Take
  • Carlsberg has recently won a Global Water Award for its innovative water management system.
  • The Danish beer maker has found a way to recycle 90% of its production process water at its Fredericia brewery.
  • Carlsberg also produces its own biogas and recirculates hot water which has reduced the Fredericia plant’s energy consumption by 10%.
  • Private sector innovation is creating a cleaner planet.

“The goal is for the plant in Fredericia to be a learning platform for all Carlsberg’s breweries worldwide and a best practice case for how to recover water in the industrial sector, says Tenna Skov Thorsted, Sustainability Manager in Carlsberg.”

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