Campari is a contemporary and charismatic timeless classic. Its vibrant red colour and unique bitter taste are the heart of every Negroni and the soul of some of the most famous cocktails around the world. Faced with rising market demand, J Wray & Nephew’s commissioned a new distilled water plant at their Jamaican production facility.
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With products available worldwide, the centre of this global brewer’s brand is consistency. Every bottle of beer or cider must taste the same, wherever it is produced. The drive for high quality starts with consistent product ingredients and it was this requirement that brought the drinks producer to Envirogen Group.
Envirogen Group has worked at the Molson Coors Burton-on-Trent site for many years, providing servicing and maintenance for process water treatment across the site. Following a recommendation by its service engineers, Envirogen set out to reduce water and salt usage in the bottle rinsing process.
Maintaining a reliable and sustainable utilities supply is one of the key challenges for the manufacturing sector. Ensuring water volumes are continuously achieving the highest specifications whilst simultaneously maintaining suitable volumes is key.
As the largest manufacturing centre for the Britvic group, the Rugby factory produces around half of the group’s soft drinks. With increased sales for popular brands, such as Pepsi, Fruit Shoots and J2O, manufacturing output needed to grow to fulfil this demand.
Williams and Oakey Engineering Co. Ltd is a Precision CNC Machining and Powder Coating company, employing over 60 staff. As with any process line, rinsing is a key factor. Due to the quality of finish required water quality of < 50 μS/cm is needed at two of the rinse stages to ensure the treated products are suitably rinsed and ready for the next stage of production.