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Archie Rose’s new Botany facility will use less water, power and gas than its predecessor.

As part of its sustainability focus, the distiller is installing water filtration and effluent treatment equipment from Hydroflux Industrial.

Hydroflux equipment will be used for process water treatment and trade wastewater treatment at the new environmentally conscious distillery.

Water purity is critical to the quality of the distilled spirits, but the same high level is not necessary for general production processes.

Hydroflux’s pure water system is designed to produce two levels of water purity, to ensure the right type of water is used throughout the distillery in the most economical way.

New factories that are built with the latest world-class equipment, particularly those focused on sustainability, often produce different wastewater than that seen in older facilities.

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