Canadian brewery to recycle thermal energy from wastewater with help from IWS technology
PIRANHA will recycle heat captured from the hot water that is used in Andina's brewing operations.
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, DECEMBER 28, 2016 -- International Wastewater Systems Inc. will intall a PIRANHA thermal heat recovery system at the Andina Brewing Company in Vancouver, Canada.
Andina is completing construction on a 13,700-square-foot facility in Vancouver that includes its production headquarters along with a retail outlet and tasting room to serve clients. The PIRANHA will recycle heat captured from the hot water that is used in Andina's brewing operations. IWS will supply a 5 Ton / 80,000Btu/h PIRANHA system that will offset the gas-fired steam generator providing economic savings and a reduction in CO2 emissions.
"This PIRANHA application marks a first for IWS in the brewery business and represents our entry into a large and lucrative market. IWS looks forward to partnering with breweries worldwide to install heat recovery systems creating environmental and cost savings across the industry," CEO of IWS, Lynn Mueller, commented.
About International Wastewater Systems Inc.
International Wastewater Systems Inc. is a world leader in thermal heat recovery. IWS systems recycle thermal energy from wastewater, generating the most energy efficient and economical systems for heating, cooling & hot water for commercial, residential and industrial buildings. IWS is publicly traded in Canada (CSE:IWS), the United States (OTC PINK:INTWF) and Germany (FRANKFURT:IWI).