Turn Your Well Water Into Swell Water with Culligan Water
Description of Business:
A major beverage plant was looking to reduce the impact of its operations on
the environment while meeting the water treatment challenges at its facility. The sustainability goals of the facility included reducing water usage and energy costs associated with its operations.
Until recently, the facility was using city water in its utility process. The company was looking to use its own well water and reduce the use of more expensive city water. Well water was treated and used as process water and city water was utilized for plant utility water (i.e. boiler and cooling tower make-up). There were a variety of water consumers and users in the facility including process water, boiler make-up, cooling tower make-up and clean in place (CIP) make-up. A Culligan® sales engineer surveyed the facility, obtained a series of water samples, reviewed water balance plans, and investigated associated energy and water costs.
Culligan’s application engineering and field sales teams performed Reverse Osmosis (RO) projections, evaluated water balance scenarios, and calculated resulting energy and water savings to determine a viable approach for the plant.