Hungary, Feb. 6 2009 -- Global Water Engineering (GWE) has been awarded a contract by Bonduelle for a combined anaerobic & aerobic wastewater treatment plant at 2 of its production facilities in Hungary. The plant will also include conversion of the existing boiler to dual fuel for biogas re-use.
Bonduelle is a leading player in the vegetable processing market with a presence in more than 80 countries. Its main processes are vegetable canning, frozen foods and fresh processed vegetables.
The production facilities in Hungary are used for canning of corn and peas.
"We are very pleased to be working for Bonduelle, one of the top world players in vegetable processing. Our technology will assist Bonduelle in further meeting its strict goals to preserve natural resources by controlling energy and water consumption," said Jean Pierre Ombregt, CEO of Global Water Engineering.
Thierry Ponthieu, Director of Operations at Bonduelle said: "For Bonduelle, protection and preservation of the environment are crucial elements in its business model. By choosing GWE's combined anaerobic and aerobic technologies we will be able to deliver optimal water quality combined with generation of alternative green energy.
"We have chosen for GWE after an extensive screening of available technologies on the market. GWE's specialist product range and successful track record strengthens us in our belief that it is the best available technology for anaerobic wastewater treatment with biogas recovery," Ponthieu concluded.
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