Cut Clean-in-Place liquid costs by 90% with optimized valve cleaning process
Cleaning-in-place and water consumption
Hygiene and safety are key in food, dairy, beverage, brewery, home and personal care production. As such, the production processes for these industries rely on Cleaning-in-Place (CIP) systems. In the daily operations of CIP systems, heated cleaning liquid is circulated, utilizing vast quantities of water and cleaning agents. For most manufacturers, reducing water consumption has become a growing concern.
Towards more sustainable production processes
In the UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, two Sustainable Development Goals call for "Sustainable cities and communities" and "Responsible
production and consumption". With that, environmental impact and water conservation has become integral in sustainable business strategies for companies, large and small. Alfa Laval has looked into helping manufacturers meet these goals with solutions to optimize production processes.
In this article, learn more about how you can achieve substantial water savings during the valve cleaning process – without compromising on product hygiene and safety.
Read on to find out how to optimize your valve cleaning process for more CIP liquid savings.
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