Irish firm secures industrial water reuse contract in Brazil

Water and waste processing company CDEnviro has secured its first major contract in Brazil after participating on a Trade Mission organised by Invest Northern Ireland...

Water and waste processing company CDEnviro has secured its first major contract in Brazil after participating on a Trade Mission organised by Invest Northern Ireland.

The project will see CDEnviro supply equipment to be applied in the removal of soils used in tomato processing from the water stream of a client that is said to be one of the largest food producers in the world.

The removal of these soils, which will subsequently allow washing water to be reused, is designed to introduce “significant efficiencies to the production process, in particular by considerably reducing process downtime”, according to the company.

This new contract represents the first move into the agri/food sector for CDEnviro, which was established as a division of CDE Global Ltd in 2008 before being set up as CDEnviro Ltd in April 2011.

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