Moy Park in Wisbech setting the benchmark in the environmental stakes

12:20 28 May 2014

Wisbech - Moy Park further improves green credentials. During the installation of environmentally friendly refrigeration equipment are David McDowell, Moy Park Engineering Manager and Matthew Foster, Moy Park Project Engineer.

Wisbech - Moy Park further improves green credentials. During the installation of environmentally friendly refrigeration equipment are David McDowell, Moy Park Engineering Manager and Matthew Foster, Moy Park Project Engineer.

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A Fenland based food manufacturer has made big strides over the past year to become more environmentally friendly.

Moy Park, which has a site in Wisbech, reduced water and energy usage and cut Co2 emissions by 3,600 tonnes, which is comparable to taking 1,000 cars off the road for a year, in 2013.

The company has improved its water recovery, enhanced its recycling initiatives, upgraded its refrigeration systems and introduced a thermal heat recovery initiative.

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