June 2022

Simon Copley’s article for Food & Drink Technology outlines a robust way to investigate your manufacturing process and unlock sustainability improvements

Biscuits on a conveyor belt being made on a manufacturing production line

Many manufacturing processes rely on a significant consumption of natural resources such as electricity, gas, and water. If you’ve been tasked with improving sustainability and it’s not obvious what to do next, read on.

Find out how to save on operating costs as well as carbon emissions with Simon’s proven methodologies and tips for unlocking areas of innovation.

This article was published in the June 2022 edition (p22) of Food & Drink Technology:

Boosting the sustainability of manufacturing processes (PDF)

View online at www.foodanddrinktechnology.com

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Simon Copley

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Simon is a highly practical mechanical engineer with a multidisciplinary technical background.

He uses his skills in projects as varied as designing assembly jigs to reduce the manufacturing cost of an industrial communications device, developing tests to assess the durability of a surgical device, and evaluating the strength of IP held by a large manufacturer of consumer products.

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