Distilleries

Stillage Filtration

Digested Organics provides distillers with a filtration solution that can process whole or thin stillage into clean water and concentrated co-products.

Key Benefits

Reduce stillage disposal costs and complexity

Automated technology with remote access and mobile alerts

Reduces wastewater volumes and conserves freshwater

Opportunities to create higher value co-products

Solutions

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Case Studies

Wilderness Trail

January 10, 2017

Client Testimonial

The UF and Two-Step Reverse Osmosis system has shown to provide the exact solution that we sought in order to manage the whole stillage created at our distillery. The system allows us to run real time with our operation and to use our existing infrastructure of storage tanks and semi-tankers to completely manage what is generated per day without having to handle to a dried feed material at a much higher cost. It offers a smaller footprint and requires less energy to operate than a traditional system with centrifuges and evaporators.

We are able to provide a highly valuable concentrated animal feed at a greatly reduced daily volume instead of a watered down whole stillage, generate a clean ultra-thin stillage for use back in the process, and also a clean water stream that can be reused back in our process, for boiler feed water, or discharged to waterways.

The system provides an advanced automated and cost effective solution to an age old problem that has become more challenging with the growth in the industry.

Over our 13 years in the industry we have not come across a more effective system to remediate a distillery’s byproduct like this system can as either a complete stand-alone system or as a component to add efficiency to the traditional centrifuge and evaporation systems on the market.

Shane BakerOwner of Wilderness Trail Distillery LLC

EXPLORING Filtration

Call us to learn more about how a Stillage Filtration System can help your facility. We will assess your current situation and make recommendations about where we can provide you with the most benefits.

TESTING Filtration

Digested Organics will perform detailed pilot testing on your material at our facility in Michigan and provide you with a thorough report and proposal for a full-scale installation.

IMPLEMENTING Filtration

Digested Organics delivers, installs, and commissions your new filtration system while teaching employees how it works and ensuring it meets or exceeds your expectations.

MAINTAINING Filtration

The filtration system becomes an integral part of your facility and allows you to streamline and expand your operations, reduce freshwater consumption, and sell a concentrated animal feed co-product.

LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO: Reduce Stillage Handling Costs | Enable Increased Production | Reclaim Water

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