The Wonderful World of Wastewater
More Treatment without More Space
May 2000 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Just out the back door of most wineries' quaint tasting rooms, or below the grounds accented with perennials and rose gardens, is probably the most unglamorous element of the wine industry--waste.A winery produces 11.5-to-16 gallons of wastewater for each case of wine produced.Along with that wastewater is sludge, the slime scraped from the bottom of tanks and holding ponds.As the wine industry continues its exponential expansion and as prime vineyard land becomes more and more expensive,...
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