AU Article - pH system ensures compliance with strict council wastewater regulations

Devil’s Elbow Brewery is fast becoming a highlight on any visitor to Dubbo’s itinerary. Named after a bend in the Macquarie River that runs through Dubbo, the brewery is set in the town’s industrial precinct with over 400 people on site during the working week. Being the only food and beverage option in the area means business has arrived thick and fast to the brewery. Weekends bring the greater Dubbo crowds, as well as tourists looking for a unique spot for lunch or dinner – and the chance to sample some locally crafted beer.

When it came to addressing the strict wastewater requirements of Dubbo Regional Council, the team behind Devil’s Elbow found they needed a pH correction system to suit their specific needs.

Brendon O’Sullivan, CEO and general manager for Devil’s Elbow, visited 4 Pines Brewery in Sydney’s suburb of Brookvale after hearing the success of the wastewater treatment system there.

The team at 4 Pines recommended O’Sullivan get in touch with Aerofloat.

“We visited the site at 4 Pines and found that the Aerofloat pH system there was exactly what we were looking for. I got in touch with the Aerofloat team straight away,” said O’Sullivan. “Aerofloat were easy to talk to and very experienced – they really knew what our requirements were despite us being in such a niche market. They were able to build a system to specifically suit our needs and space.”

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