Newsletter | February 26, 2014

02.26.14 -- Researchers Reveal That Organic Agriculture Can Pollute Groundwater

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Fruit Packager Utilizes Catalytic Carbon To Reduce Hydrogen Sulfide In Wastewater
The Duckwall Pooley Fruit Company is one of the largest fruit packagers in the Hood River Valley in Oregon, packing approximately 1.8 million bushels of pears annually. To improve their operations and lower their costs, the company implemented new measures to optimize the rinse water usage in the pear packaging line. After packaging of the fruit, collected water is chlorinated for disinfection and treated with coconut shell based activated carbon for residual chlorine removal.
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