The Danish brewing giant Carlsberg has inaugurated a water recycling plant, which claims to make one of its breweries the 'first in the world' to virtually eliminate water wastage.
The new plant is estimated to halve the average water consumption at the brewery and reduce energy consumption by 10% through its biogas production and hot water recycling.
The new water recycling technology will also allow the brewery to recycle almost 90% of all process water.
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