ProFood Tech 2019 | March 26 – 28 | Chicago, USA

Posted By GWE / February 20, 2019 / Related technologies: ANAMIX™, ANUBIX™, FLOTAMET™, RAPTOR®,

Be our VIP guest at ProFood Tech 2019!

ProFood Tech 2019 will open its doors on March 26, 2019!

It is an excellent opportunity to discover cutting edge environmental technologies for all food and beverage sectors which allow our clients around the world are solving the biggest challenges of the modern industry, which is waste generation and reduction of fossil fuel dependency.




Sustainable solutions for the food industry

Food processing wastewaters can contain a wide range of concentrations of impurities, from low to high levels of organic pollutants, suspended solids, fats, oil and grease (FOG), proteins, and even ammonia.

With a portfolio of advanced anaerobic, aerobic and physical-chemical processes, GWE can offer you a complete tailor-made solution that will efficiently handle your waste, and when possible, generate renewable energy and useful end products, for further profit and value.

How GWE services and technologies can benefit the food and beverage sectors?

  • Every client receives a tailor-made solution designed for specific requirements and budget – 
  • Unique versatility and technologies portfolio allows us to offer complete waste and wastewater treatment plants;
  • Your biogas production guarantees are always met for uninterrupted green energy supply;
  • 24/7 support of experienced technologist and engineers able to provide solutions for any wastewater and biogas related problem.

In-booth Education Sessions during ProFood Tech 2019

26/03/2019 02:00 PM: Anaerobic treatment of fat containing industrial wastewater by the innovative FLOTAMET® process

27/03/2019 02:00 PM: Anaerobic technologies and renewable energy potential of wastewater

*Please note, that complimentary registration is valid for online pre-registration only; not valid on-site. Expires March 25, 2019. Complimentary registration is intended for use by end-user, retailer and contract packager registrants. Non-exhibiting suppliers and distributors are required to pay standard attendance fees. A non-exhibiting supplier is defined as anyone who sells packaging/processing/converting equipment and/or anyone whose primary product is packaging containers or materials, supplies, automation, or other services. A distributor is defined as a professional who resells packaging/processing/converting equipment/supplies.