New insights into CIP

Jifeng Yang successfully defended his PhD thesis at DTU on 1 April 2019. Cleaning-in-place (CIP) is a widely used technique in food and pharmaceutical industries. The execution of CIP is critical for food safety and public health. Since the introduction of CIP,...

Harvest the benefits of the Danish collaboration

Cross-disciplinary collaboration is characteristic for the Danish food cluster, which ranks among the strongest centres for food know-how and innovation in the world. It is also key to reaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals. A new white paper from Food Nation...

DRIP at DWF’s Annual Meeting 2019

On January 31, 2019, University of Copenhagen hosted the Danish Water Forum’s annual conference; and several DRIP partners were presenting results from the DRIP collaboration. Caroline Kragelund Rickers from the Danish Technological Institute presented a poster...

Financial and environmental benefits

Danish Crown has as part of DRIP identified several possibilities for recycling process water, which are now being investigated further through specific projects. As part of their annual CSR reporting, Danish Crown focuses on a pilot project for recycling process...