Monday July 8th, 2019
How will YOUR business adapt to become carbon neutral by 2050?
With new legislation in place committing the UK to meeting net zero carbon emissions targets by 2050, there has never been a more crucial time to consider the future of your business. Sure, you could wait until 2049 to start making changes, but at Adelphi we think it’s better to be ahead of the game, leading the race to reduce emissions and save our planet.
So, is it possible for your company to be both green AND growing, in today’s increasingly volatile world?
Customers seeking greener growth for their business may be more likely to invest in another member of staff to process their products, than a machine. However, as with all things, it isn’t that simple! As well as improving your production capacity, automation can offer a range of benefits, both environmental and social, to help your company continue to progress in a socially conscious manner.
- If your company is using a renewable source of energy, incorporating machinery into your operations doesn’t have to mean a bad carbon footprint.
- The accuracy and consistency achieved by modern machines means that less product is wasted during the filling process, and therefore less has to be disposed of.
- Newer process and packaging machinery is more energy efficient, so anything you purchase now will waste less energy than ever before.
- Investing in a machine or machinery will mean less repetitive process work for your employees, meaning that they can be upskilled to help other areas of your business.
At Adelphi, we want to support active production growth for environmentally conscious businesses. Looking to the future and making proactive operational decisions, including investing in automation, can help grow your business, without compromising your values.
At Adelphi, we are exceptionally proud of our products and facilities, including our double eco-award winning production facility. We are always pleased to welcome customers and contacts to the West Sussex site for tours. If you would like to discuss how we can assist your business, please don’t hesitate to contact us on +44 (0) 1444 472300, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.