Mark III’s scope of work for this liquid food and fertilizer production facility includes plumbing, process piping, and specialty metals. California Safe Soils required an upgrade to their existing facility and equipment to enable co-productions of liquid food and fertilizer products from recovered retail grocery products. This process required sanitary practices and Good Manufacturing Processes (GMP) for all segregation of food and non-food operations. These upgrades ensured the facility was equipped to support a facility design with clean-in-place (CIP), compatible materials, appropriate ventilation, sanitation, and operational control.
The plumbing scope included the installation of piping systems, steam piping, SS process piping, and compressed air for all associated equipment. This included new pumps, agitators, hot/cold sinks, and cleaning stations. The project also included the installation of over 100 feet of RFP panels, 300 feet of IMP walls with concrete curbs and separation clean curtains, floor repairs, and the relocation of existing equipment.