ADI Systems Brings Its Brewery Wastewater Expertise to Master Brewers Conference
ADI Systems looks forward to exhibiting at the 2017 Master Brewers Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The conference takes place October 12 - 14 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. We invite all attendees to visit booth #67 to chat with our experts about the best way to treat brewery wastewater.
The organizer of the conference, The Master Brewers Association of the Americas, has been providing technical leadership to the brewing industry for over 125 years. The Master Brewers Conference is a chance for brewers to discuss critical issues and discover new approaches and technologies to overcome these problems. The event attracts some of the world’s greatest brewers to learn and network through workshops, technical sessions, and social events.
With over 35 years of experience treating industrial wastewater, ADI Systems’ innovative technologies help breweries save money by complying with strict environmental regulations, reusing water, and tapping into green energy already present in brewery wastewater.
Breweries of all sizes can achieve success with on-site wastewater treatment. Spoetzl Brewery, for example, uses an ADI-BVF® reactor to comply with regulations—and recovers biogas as a fuel source for its boiler. Oland Brewery, which is located in a crowded, urban area, uses a space-saving external circulation sludge bed (ESCB). New Belgium Brewing uses an ADI® anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR), which produces a superior quality effluent. It’s just a question of finding the right system.
Hop on over to ADI Systems’ booth while you’re at the Master Brewers Conference. If you are unable to make it, contact us to learn how we can help your brewery become more cost-effective and sustainable.
About ADI Systems
ADI Systems, an Evoqua brand, has been offering wastewater treatment and waste-to-energy solutions to industry for over 35 years. With more than 260 installations worldwide, ADI Systems continues to be one of the world’s leading suppliers of industrial wastewater treatment technologies.