FRC Systems International will be Showcasing Their Unique Wastewater Treatment Systems and DAF Technology for Food and Poultry Processing Plants

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The 2013 IPPE is being held in the beautiful Georgia World Congress Center from Jan 29-31. The expo will showcase the latest technology, equipment, and services used in the Poultry, Meat and Feed Industries.

FRC Systems International will be showcasing their unique wastewater treatment systems and DAF technology for poultry processing plants and share their experiences with visitors. FRC is a Global leader in the industry with more than 500 wastewater treatment systems installed worldwide.

Wastewater Systems that meet the challenges of the Poultry Industry

It is common knowledge that poultry processing plants are known for high water consumption.
Poultry processing consumes between 3 to 10 gallons of water per bird. For turkeys the usage is even higher. The water is typically contaminated with protein and carbohydrates from meat, fat, blood, skin and feathers. FRC’s Adriaan van der Beek explains, “We understand the challenge of treating poultry processing wastewater and the major pollutants such as Fats Oils & Greases (FOG), Suspended Solids (TSS), COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) and BOD (Biological Oxygen Demand) probably better than any-one in the industry. In addition to the standard contamination there is a trend for improved phosphorus removal.”

Customized Systems

FRC's approach to wastewater treatment is custom tailored for each client and incorporates technologies that meet each plant’s unique treatment challenges. FRC is a major DAF (Dissolved Air Flotation) supplier in the World, a technology that provides excellent and reliable performance at a low or no chemical cost. They also include complete SCADA packages in the wastewater treatment systems and adapt their control system approach to make use of the client’s standard PLC, HMI and control products.

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