How to Manage Your Poultry Plant’s Water Consumption

Water filtration and ionizing systemThe poultry processing industry uses enormous quantities of water daily. With the right water systems and controlled usage, this can be reduced substantially. As a result, every plant can spend less on their utility bills and save more water.

With environmental conservation and your finances in mind, experts from Waterform share key strategies for efficient water usage at your poultry production plant.

1. Perform a water audit.

In order to cut down on your water consumption, you must first be certain of how much your plant is using each month. Since issues such as economic development, population growth, and regional droughts affect water availability, it becomes imperative for you to know exactly where you stand.

Call experts to perform a water audit on your plant’s processes, including irrigation, maintenance, and sanitation. The data will help you identify potential leaks and quantify how much each area is wasting. With this information, you’ll have a better idea of how to properly manage water consumption for the entire plant.

2. Reduce and reuse.

The best way to reduce your water bill is to use less water. Start looking for ways to prevent wastage and reuse as much leftover water as possible into other processes. Carry out all necessary repairs on hoses and pipes throughout the plant to avoid leakage.

Aside from the birds, you are producing a considerable portion in plant water expenditure can also be traced from the human aspect. Forgetting to turn off the tap at kitchen and bathrooms can rack up your water bill.

Consider investing in a treatment system that will purify your wastewater so you can use it for other operations. This technology can ensure that the water you are reusing is safe and complies with industry standards.

Having an effective water conservation program in place can significantly improve your plant’s water usage. Not only is this a conscious environmental effort, but you can also save more money in the long run.