Diminishing water resources is a rising global challenge—a challenge that food and beverage companies are uniquely positioned to tackle in order to protect their business, communities and ecosystems around the world.
June 18, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Antea Group is pleased to announce that Richard Crowther, Senior Consultant based in Atlanta, has been appointed to lead our Food & Beverage Segment. With over 25 years of engineering and management experience in the utility and beverage industries, Richard specializes in sustainability program planning, energy and water efficiency improvements, EHS compliance, environmental liability management, carbon footprint reduction and large-scale energy management programs including alternative energy project development.
On the occasion of the retirement of Tod Christenson
As he prepares to retire and enjoy fishing and family time, Antea Group Vice President and Food & Beverage Segment Leader Tod Christenson talks with us about the changes he’s seen and lessons he’s learned over his 30+ years as an EHS and sustainability pro.
How One Food and Beverage Company Is Keeping Sustainability Top-Of-Mind
In an age of technology and disruption, how can companies be sustainable and at scale in a volatile market while also facing increasing scrutiny, rising expectations, and changing consumer desires? Kellog, a leader in the food and beverage industry, shares 3 hard-won tips on how balance can be achieved.
The Global Sector Strategist-Beverages for Rabobank talks about the trends and challenges that he sees the industry facing, and offers some suggestions for what companies can do about them. Read his blog at the Antea Group website.
Climate change will continue to cause more extreme and unpredictable weather conditions, dramatically increasing the frequency and risk for environmental disasters, which can have devastating business impacts.
Four Reasons You Need to Be At the 2017 Inogen Worldview Conference in NYC
We all see the way technology and innovative disruption are changing industries all around us, but what do they mean for food & beverage? And what are the EHS implications of these changes? The 2017 Inogen Worldview conference will tackle these very issues on April 19 in NYC. This will be a great opportunity to analyze thought-provoking material through an EHS management lens, and to incubate and translate insights to future priorities.
It’s no surprise that perhaps one of the most important ingredients in the food and beverage industry is water. Because it is such a precious resource in everything from product processing to facility operations, many in the food and beverage industry are finding new ways to wring maximum value and efficiency from every drop.
Amid rising prices and growing water scarcity, food manufacturers around the world are finding ways to increase their system-wide water efficiencies through recycling programs and other initiatives.
Solution detects and corrects clean-in-place system variances in food and beverage processing plants
ST. PAUL, Minn., April 8, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Ecolab Inc., the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services, has been recognized with a Product of the Year Award from Environmental Leader magazine for its 3D TRASAR™ CIP (Clean-in-Place) technology. 3D TRASAR CIP is an integrated program that utilizes advanced sensors, cleaning chemistries and analytical software, combined with Ecolab CIP expertise and service, to provide in-depth visibility into the critical factors that drive efficient, safe and effective CIP processes in food and beverage processing plants.