Dunbia UK will get share of Authorities funding to improve its heating system

One of many largest meat and meals firms in Europe, Dunbia, primarily based in Carmarthenshire, Wales, has been awarded funds to improve its heating system from a fuel oil fired steam boiler to an air supply warmth pump that’s powered by renewably sourced electrical energy.

Gill Higgins, group head of sustainability Daybreak Meats, and Niall Browne, CEO of Daybreak Meats. Supply: Brownes Images.

This may permit the corporate to reap edible merchandise and course of the meals with scorching water washing, via a sustainable and vitality environment friendly thermal provide system, decreasing carbon emissions annually.

A complete of £12.4 million funding was awarded as a part of the Industrial Power Transformation Fund (IETF), which has awarded grants to British initiatives throughout the nation to extend the vitality effectivity of their industrial processes, from automobile manufacturing to metal manufacturing and meals processing.

Niall Browne, CEO, Dunbia (UK), mentioned: “Dunbia UK, via its mother or father firm Daybreak Meats, was the primary European beef and lamb processor to make a dedication to the Science Based mostly Targets Initiative. We’ve got been working for greater than ten years to cut back emissions internally and extra broadly throughout our provide chain and recognise the urgency to undertake much more aggressive measures to cut back emissions.

“We welcome this chance to work with the Division for Power Safety and Internet Zero to additional enhance our vitality effectivity and lower our carbon emissions.”

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