Filtration System Rescues Bottled Spring Water Producer From Closure
Before reaching grocery shelves as visually appealing bottled products, spring water, a valuable natural resource, undergoes crucial purification treatment. Filtration is a critical process step for ensuring consistent, high quality products. However, the costs associated with filtration can be substantial, depending on the quality of the water source. The use of disposable filters, while a technically viable option, may not be economically sustainable when in the face of challenging and variable quality source water. In instances where operational costs become too high, a backwashable water purification system with far lower ownership costs becomes an attractive option for water treatment. One such solution is the Pall Aria FB system for the food and beverage industry.
A bottled water company marketing a variety of consumer water products found that their filtration spend had grown to unsustainable levels. Learn about the results they witnessed from implementing the Aria FB-4 Water Filtration System to reduce water filtration costs and achieve brand protection.
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