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Switching to Dry Lubrication Can Lower Your Carbon Footprint

A recent report by Best Foot Forward for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) found that the UK soft drinks supply chain emits 4.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide each year. Subsequently 50% of companies in the sector have voluntarily signed up to a government sustainability roadmap1. Dry Lube's global customers have realised ... Read More

 

How much can Dry Lube save you in water, energy and chemical costs? Free report

  With rising water, energy and chemical costs food and beverage companies are increasingly investigating alternatives to their current operations. From just a few pieces of information will are able to perform a free Line Efficiency Evaluation which reports on how much a Dry Lube conveyor lubrication system will save you on water usage, energy consumption, carbon ... Read More

 

Cott Nelson - Driving a pipeline of innovation

Site Engineering Manager Simon Knaggs accepts an award for outstanding environmental achievements with dry lubrication

The following article has been published in Engineering & Maintenance Solutions and Business and Industry Today:  In 2003 Cott, the world’s largest retailer brand beverage company, invested in the dry lubrication systems and expertise of Dry Lube at their site in Nelson to provide their production lines with better efficiencies as well as to meet their ... Read More

 

Global CO2 Emissions Jumped 3% in 2011

Global emissions of carbon dioxide increased by three percent last year, reaching an all-time high of 34 billion metric tons in 2011, according to a report by The European Commission Joint Research Centre and PBL, the Netherlands’ environmental assessment agency. The 2011 increase in global CO2 emissions is above the past decade’s average annual increase of 2.7 percent, ... Read More

 

Latest news from Nestle Waters, GlassLube 2.0 and CO2 Emissions

  Content   Nestle Buxton Mineral Water - a drop of environmental leadership GlassLube 2.0 - new and improved solution for glass bottles on stainless steel "Wet Lube vs Dry Lube - CO2 emissions   1. Nestle Buxton Mineral Water - A Drop of Environmental Leadership Nestle saves 20,000 tonnes of water and 450,000 kWhr of energy with the help of dry lubrication. There ... Read More

 

Wet Lube vs Dry Lube – How Much CO2 Can You Save?

Climate-related changes are already being observed all over the world.  These include increases in heavy downpours, rising temperature and sea level, rapidly retreating glaciers, thawing permafrost, lengthening growing seasons, lengthening ice-free seasons in the ocean and on lakes and rivers, earlier snowmelt, and changes in river flows. These changes are projected to grow. Many companies in ... Read More

 

Latest News from Coca Cola’s, Cott’s and Harrogates Collaboration with Dry Lube!

    1. Interview with Coca Cola Wakefield "Dry Lubrication - For Best Water Use in Plant" The Beverage Innovation Magazine has published an interview with Wayne Boden, Environmental Health and Safety Manager and Angus Kippen Environment Manager at Coca Cola Wakefield outlining their success with Dry Lube! Highlights of the interview with Coca Cola Wakefield: 1. "Dry lubrication ... Read More

 

Cott – Driving Savings With Dry Lube

Cott - driving a pipeline of innovation! Long before sustainability became a matter of public interest Cott pursued a number of environmental practices to meet their strong environmental targets. The investment in dry lubrication has been a beneficial factor in achieving excellent environmental performance and commitment. At its facility in Nelson, UK, the water, energy and ... Read More

 

Princes Gate Spring Water Ltd – Naturally Responsible with Dry Lubrication

"I have never seen such a large improvement on a production line with just one single counter measure. Dry lube has been like flicking a switch on our lines and has had an immediate impact on our efficiencies. We are probably yet to realise them all as we have further improvements to make but this ... Read More

 

Aston Manor Set to Save Millions of Litres of Water A Year On Its New £3 Million Bottling Line With Dry Lubrication

Aston Manor, the UK's largest independent cider producer, has signed a four year deal with Dry Lube Ltd to provide water free lubrication services for three bottling lines at their plant in Birmingham. Aston Manor's £3 million bottling line fills over 24,000 bottles per hour for some of the wold's leading brewers including Carlsberg, Coors, ... Read More

 

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