ILSI RSIA invites public comment on food and beverage industry water recovery guidelines

Oct. 11, 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. —The guidelines will apply innovative approaches to water reduction in the industry.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) Center for Risk Science Innovation and Application (RSIA) has asked for feedback on their draft Guidelines for Water Recovery in the Bottling Industry project, according to their website.

The website invites public comment on all aspects of the project and draft guideline: "To help us ensure comprehensive consideration of perspectives."

The project was undertaken to bring experts in the water industry together to apply new engineering, monitoring and risk management approaches to water reduction in the food and beverage industry, according to the website.

Please read the full guideline draft here, and send your input to [email protected] to help make the project a success.

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