Microbial contamination is arguably the greatest risk in both the water industry and the food and beverage industry. However, while the physical and chemical aspects of water quality have been monitored on-line for decades, on-line microbial monitoring has never been available. The time lag introduced by manual sampling and laboratory analysis has meant that process control decisions must be made using surrogate measurements. Imagine a world where near-real time microbial monitoring was possible and critical control points could be established based on direct microbial monitoring.
In this webinar, we look at how advances in microbial monitoring can help you achieve improved process security, reduce downtime and reduce costs andreputation risk from recalls.
Are you involved in drinking water production and distribution or food and beverage manufacturing? Are you responsible for product quality? Do you want to have more confidence in your monitoring, critical control point security and timely decision-making? Then this webinar is for you.
The webinar will run for 45 minutes and, following a brief introduction by Mr Phil Krasnostein, Director and Principal, Optimos Solutions, will feature important presentations by,
- Dr Annette Davison, Principal Risk Analyst, Risk Edge/D2K Information: Annette will discuss the multiple barrier approach to water management and timely CCP monitoring and oversight,
- Mr Martin Stone, Director, HACCP International: Martin will explain the value of having near-real time product quality information and certification,
- Mr Wolfgang Vogl, Founder and Owner, Vienna Water Monitoring Solutions (VWMS GmbH): Wolfgang will describe the VWMS Coliminder® near-real time microbial water quality monitoring technology, and its application in the beverage industry. He will show how the Coliminder® can both improve microbial risk management and save costs in bottled water and soft drink production and will refer to the recent very successful and ground-breaking installation at Romaqua’s Borsec plant.