IRVINE, CA, September 18, 2013 - (ACCESSWIRE)- Pacific Clean Water Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: PCWT) through its subsidiary WWC, began working with Bolthouse farms in early 2004. Upon initially reviewing the facilities, WWC introduced a safer more effective way to generate chlorine dioxide in the plant. "We initially treated approximately 4.5 million gallons of process water daily from the washout system. By feeding our approved potable water products WW-1601 and WW-1100 in strategic locations we have been able to clean the water for re-use. We believe this initial program saves roughly 60 million gallons of water annually" said Craig McMillan, CEO. Another benefit was the program lowered chlorine disinfectant by-products which is a concern for some market places, namely Japan.
WW-1601 and WW-1100 both attach to dirt and bacteria making large particles separate and not return to the circulating loop. The result is clean reusable water returned to the washout system.
As a result of WWC's past successes, The Company has created products that can improve the processing of carrots, the cleaning of the plant, minimize wastewater and enhance recycling. Ultimately by implementing these products into the plants process, the company believes Bolthouse will have significant savings as an end result.
New future applications:
WWC is currently developing commodity chemicals that will reduce the amount of ECs "electrical conductivity" reducing the contribution to the waste stream. This is being widely looked at by regulatory agencies and limits are being set in some geographical areas. The company believes that these products will both positively impact the process environmentally, as well as financially.
About Bolthouse Farms:
Bolthouse Farms, founded 1915 in Grant, Michigan, is a vertically integrated farm company located in California's San Joaquin Valley and headquartered in Bakersfield, California. Bolthouse Farms was bought in 2012 by Campbell Soup Company for $1.55 billion.
About Pacific Clean Water Technologies, Inc.:
In an effort to combat the growing concerns over the world's fresh water supply, PCWT was formed to take part in what many see as a powerful emerging green trend, Global Water Investing. PCWT will primarily target businesses within the Agriculture and Industrial sectors, whose combined use of fresh water is estimated at 92% annually.
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SOURCE: Pacific Clean Water Technologies, Inc.
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