Golden Flake Snack Foods

Installation overview

Location:

Alabama, USA

Application and type:

Food, beverage and dairy

Snack foods sector

Technology configuration used:

Flat sheet

MBR technology / membrane product used:

Kubota

Scale of installation:

Small-scale industrial

Capacity range MLD:

0.5-2

Average daily flow:

0.7 MLD

Peak daily flow:

1.6 MLD

Primary consultant / contractor:

ADI Systems Inc.

About Golden Flake Snack Foods

ADI Systems Inc. conducted an on-site pilot study and was subsequently contracted to design/build a full-scale ADI-MBR (membrane bioreactor) system that would treat the wastewater at the Birmingham production facility. ADI Systems was tasked with engineering a solution that would fit into Golden Flake’s existing treatment system configuration. The ADI-MBR system was selected because this technology fits within a compact footprint and consistently produces a high quality effluent, as well as offers an attractive payback on savings in current and future surcharge fees imposed by the local publicly owned treatment works (POTW).

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