Current Headlines

  1. Researchers Claim New Use For Brewery Wastewater

    Scientists say a recent breakthrough makes it possible to put brewery wastewater to good use.

  2. Beer Handout At Center Of New DPR Campaign

    The latest public-relations strategy for direct potable reuse (DPR) is simple: Give people beer.

  3. BillerudKorsnäs: Big Name, Big Opportunities

    Swedish Company Defies Easy Pronunciation While Challenging Conventional Packaging; Launches Major Sustainable Packaging Initiatives in North America at PACK EXPO International

  4. Ontario Sets The Stage With New Rules For Bottled Water Companies

    Earlier this month, environmentalists from Ontario, Canada were working towards convincing their government to deny Nestlé a water-taking permit at a well the company had purchased.

  5. Researchers Claim New Process Cuts Electricity At Waste Plants

    If necessity is the mother of invention, it makes sense that winery wastewater, and the challenge of treating it, continually produces innovation in the wastewater industry.

  6. Turning Brewery Wastewater Into Battery Power

    CU Boulder engineers have developed an innovative bio-manufacturing process that uses a biological organism cultivated in brewery wastewater to create the carbon-based materials needed to make energy storage cells.

  7. Philly Tap Water ‘Ideal’ For Brewing Beer

    Beer connoisseurs say there’s a special ingredient in Philadelphia-brewed beer that makes the taste stand out: tap water.

  8. PMMI FSMA Update Report Tracks Compliance Progress for Food Companies

    While large food companies and OEMs are well on their way towards compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), many food companies are still struggling to understand all aspects of the new law. The latest FSMA Update Report by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, analyzes responses from 47 food industry stakeholders on FSMA preparedness and identifies what food manufacturers need from supplier partners.

  9. Bronco To Launch America’s First Wine Using The Innovative Helix Total Packaging Solution

    Bronco Wine Company today announced that wines under its Red Truck® brand will feature the innovative Helix packaging, the world’s first cork stopper and glass bottle with easy-to-open and reclose technology. Helix was developed by Amorim and O-I, the world leaders in cork and glass packaging

  10. Hankscraft Inc. Achieves NSF International Nonfood Compounds Registration

    Hankscraft Inc. has received authorization from global public health organization NSF International to be listed in the NSF White Book™ through the NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration program, a voluntary registration program to verify the safety of products to be used in food and beverage processing