Sustainable brewery concept
How to reduce, reuse and recover water and resources? Water is a critical resource in the brewery market where increasingly demanding environmental requirements have given rise to new technologies and working practices to create a more sustainable way of operating breweries. With solid and smart solutions for sustainable water use and resource recovery, Nijhuis helps to turn a cost center into a profit centre to meet the increasingly demanding sustainability requirements, lower the environmental footprint, combine productivity and energy efficiency and reduce life cycle cost at the same time.
Seminar Area 1
Thursday 16th June 2016
Chris Woods, Business Development Manager
Solid solutions in a fluid world
Nijhuis Industries delivers ‘solid solutions in a fluid world’ as a response towards a greener economy. Nijhuis is aiming to turn cost centers into profit centers with solutions for sustainable water use and resource recovery. To accommodate the customer requirements, Nijhuis offers customized installations to meet today’s challenges, as well those of the future, across a wide range of industries such as beverage in today’s ‘fluid’ world.
Sustainable Water Use & Resource Recovery
We provide a unique portfolio of smart and game-changing solutions in sustainable water use and resource recovery combined with our intelligent services to create profit out of (waste) water, process water and waste.
Reduce, Reuse and Recover
It is our ambition to help customers and deliver solutions to:
- Reduce the amount of (waste)water and effluent charges;
- Reuse treated effluent or process water;
- Recover water and resources from your waste and (waste)water.
We help our valued customers to meet their increasingly demanding sustainability requirements, lower their environmental footprint, combine productivity and energy efficiency and reduce life cycle cost at the same time. Nijhuis was founded in 1904 and our flexibility and customer-oriented approach have been important values in our company history with more than 2400 references around the globe.