On the Whey to the Wisconsin Cheese Industry Conference

ADI Systems is heading to Madison, Wisconsin, USA (aka “America’s Dairyland”) for the Wisconsin Cheese Industry Conference (WCIC). The one-day trade show component of the conference will take place Wednesday, April 12 from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and we invite all attendees to visit booth 401 to learn how to solve the challenges associated with treating wastewater from cheese production.

Wisconsin Cheese Industry ConferenceHosted by Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association (WCMA) and the Center for Dairy Research (CDR), the Wisconsin Cheese Industry Conference is the nation’s premier showcase of dairy manufacturing supplies and technology. Nearly 2,000 cheese processors and suppliers will gather to share information about the latest cheese technology, whey opportunities, and other important subjects affecting the industry.

Wisconsin is known for its leadership in cheesemaking with a history spanning over 180 years. The state produces over 25 percent of the country’s cheese production, and is home to over 10,000 dairy farms*. With over 35 years of practical experience, ADI Systems is the “big cheese” of industrial wastewater treatment—particularly in the dairy industry.

The ADI-BVF® reactor is a popular technology choice for cheese processing wastewater high in suspended solids, whey, and fat, oil, and grease (FOG) concentrations. Satisfied customers include Rothenbühler Cheesemakers, Darigold, Dairygold Co-operative Society, and Devondale-MG, among other dairies worldwide.

Visit our booth to learn how ADI Systems can help your cheese plant comply with regulatory requirements, lower wastewater surcharges, and take advantage of waste-to-energy and water reuse opportunities. 

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About ADI Systems
ADI Systems, an ADI Group company, 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.

Shannon Grant
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*Source: National Historic Cheesemaking Center