What Is Sustainable IBC Cleaning

Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC) cleaning has the potential to be damaging to the environment. High velocity cleaning often means high water and energy consumption, the use of chemicals that may seep through the earth into underground water courses, and a regrettable volume of wasted water. A sustainable approach to IBC cleaning not only boosts your business’s profit margins by reducing water and energy consumption, but it also reinforces your brand’s green credentials – an asset in any crowded marketplace.

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4 Green Technologies To Reduce Your Water And Power Consumption AND Boost Product Recovery

The effects of climate change are being observed and experienced more frequently than ever before, with extreme weather events now a common occurrence in every region of the world, including the UK. Consequently, it’s important that businesses pursue a policy of sustainability which, in part, can be achieved by implementing so-called green technologies. It’s a difficult balancing act: consumers actively seek out businesses who can demonstrate their environmentally friendly credentials yet, at the same time, you need to keep production costs to a minimum.

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The pharmaceutical, soft drink manufacturing, brewing and dairy industries are potentially high-waste sectors. Cost reduction, therefore, focuses on reducing waste and improving efficiency – especially concerning product retention, water and energy use, efficient hygiene practices, and plant reliability. These efficiency measures go hand-in-hand with sustainability, which aims to lower costs while at the same time improve the environmental profile of the sector. The following four strategies are proven ways of reducing costs in the pharmaceutical and food and drink industry.

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