Leading energy expert Flogas Britain looks at how manufacturers can meet impending targets by reducing emissions at their source, but also looks at the growing popularity of carbon offsetting, and how that can support both industry and the environment.
As governments and legislators battle to improve air quality, the UK is playing its part in rolling out the EU’s Medium Combustion Plant Directive to curb harmful emissions.
Luxury housing developer Burrington Estates has brought round-the-clock power to two of its off-grid residential developments by installing centralised LPG supplies. Delivering a reliable and uninterrupted energy supply to the rural Cornish development, LPG allows residents to enjoy the same benefits of a mains gas supply, without being connected to the grid.
As the threat of climate change continues to gather pace, one of the burning questions of our time remains: ‘how can we create a greener, more sustainable future that still allows businesses to thrive?’
When it comes to manufacturing, the way we produce has changed dramatically over the years. From the first moving assembly line created in 1913, through to the modern day invention of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and even 3D printing, there’s no denying that manufacturing methods have evolved at an incredible rate.