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Sievers Resource Center

Sievers Instruments is one of the world's leading providers of total organic carbon (TOC) analyzers and analytical instruments. We believe in making complex measurements simple and offering superior technology, design, quality, and service for TOC, BET, conductivity, bioburden and more. Whether it's pharmaceutical or semiconductor production, industrial process, environmental, or wastewater monitoring- complex measurements need to be simplified, and compliance cannot be compromised. The Sievers Resource Center is your resource to find out the latest in industry trends, tips & tricks, and frequently asked questions. Learn more.

Sievers Resource Center

Sievers Instruments is one of the world's leading providers of total organic carbon (TOC) analyzers and analytical instruments. We believe in making complex measurements simple and offering superior technology, design, quality, and service for TOC, BET, conductivity, bioburden and more. Whether it's pharmaceutical or semiconductor production, industrial process, environmental, or wastewater monitoring- complex measurements need to be simplified, and compliance cannot be compromised. The Sievers Resource Center is your resource to find out the latest in industry trends, tips & tricks, and frequently asked questions. Learn more.

Resources

Food and beverage manufacturer saves $700,000 annually and increases wastewater treatment capacity by roughly 30% by switching to TOC monitoring

Litehouse, Inc. is a food and beverage (F&B) manufacturer located in Lowell, Michigan that generates an average of 75,000 gallons of wastewater a day. The treated wastewater generated at the facility then flows to the Lowell Wastewater Treatment Plant and must meet local discharge limits.

Distillery Wastewater Monitoring with Online Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analysis - How to Reduce Costs and Downtime with Real-time Data

Distillery wastewater is one of the most polluted waters to treat and dispose of in the F&B industry. Roughly 88% of a distillery's raw materials are converted to waste alone*. It is difficult to treat and dispose of this wastewater due to its dark color, high temperature, high ash content, low pH as well as high amounts of dissolved organic and inorganic material.