Working with food and beverage
customers to find innovative ways
of improving sustainability
More stringent regulations, coupled with increased pressure from consumers to 'do the right thing,' are forcing our food and beverage customers to find new ways of both reducing negative environmental and social impacts while improving returns.
Achieving big savings
Heavily reliant on EU markets for export, the UK's food and beverage manufacturers are under pressure to deliver more and more competitive pricing. Helping our customers to save money on their energy and water bills by implementing the latest innovative technology and solutions remains a top priority.
Delivering carbon efficiency
Our customers are looking for the most efficient solutions to help them reduce their carbon footprint, enabling them to optimise operations over the long term.
Unlocking the value within processes
We work with the sector to guarantee the security of energy and water supply, optimise maintenance regimes and reduce process water usage by up to 10% and unlocking the value within process waste and wastewater for reuse or sale.
Unlocking the value within processes
We deliver cost and carbon savings of up to 20% for each facility we work with, boosting productivity by up to 12%
Water is one of the most essential resources for the food and beverage manufacturing industry, used as part of the production process as well as for cleaning and sanitation.
For the food and beverage manufacturing sector there are lots of question marks over the future. What are the big trends heading for the sector that we should be preparing for now?
Has your business considered generating its own energy? For food and beverage manufacturers, it could be a cost-effective way to become more self-sufficient and environmentally friendly.
Improving water efficiency and quality may not be something your business has considered recently, but with legal standards tightening and water scarcity increasingly becoming an issue, it's something you need to think about.
Manufacturers need reliability, compliance and cost-effectiveness from all on-site services, but have to ensure they maintain productivity and efficiency. Outsourcing non-core services could be the key to removing this stress.
Protecting your bottom line and seeing a fast return on investment are the key drivers for decision-makers. But how can cost-effectiveness be combined with choosing the right solutions for your business, and the environment?
Creating a circular economy within your business should be a priority, as it can cut costs and improve your sustainability credentials. As part of your journey to get there, you need to minimise waste and improve overall site efficiency.
Food and beverage manufacturers are being urged to play their part in reducing carbon emissions, it can be difficult to know where to turn to obtain the necessary funding.
When thinking about meeting your business' sustainability targets, it's important to consider the three key elements of waste, energy and water as one integrated strategy.
Tim Duret, the Director of Sustainable Technology at Veolia, featured on the latest episode of The Dairy Dialogue Podcast by the Dairy Reporter.
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By inspiring partnership across the UK, Veolia is now at the forefront of innovation and delivering the circular economy.
Our shop window, and the real demonstration of what we can achieve, lies in the results we deliver to our customers, and how we help them to become more resource-efficient, more sustainable and save money.
These case studies are great examples of how we help our customers take the lead and show how we can cut emissions to help mitigate climate change and preserve precious resources for future generations.