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Shadow Secretary for Energy and Climate Change visits National Centre for Food Manufacturing to see its green credentials
MPs show enthusiasm towards what Green Footprints UK Ltd. can offer industry to reduce their carbon footprint whilst reducing costs.
Located at the heart of food production country in South Lincolnshire, the National Centre for Food Manufacturing is a £3.5 million teaching facility with state-of-the-art food packaging and processing equipment. The Centre brings together the latest technologies and items of excellence.
The then Shadow Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, Greg Clark MP, visited the University's National Centre for Food Manufacturing in Holbeach on Friday 12th February.
As part of the visit he met with Mr Darren Ward, Director of Green Footprints UK Limited, whose products are installed and used by the National Centre for Food Manufacturing.
Green Footprints' hand dryers provide huge financial savings to businesses as well as reducing their impact on the environment by using significantly less power than standard hand dryers and removing the need for storing, disposing of and refilling of costly paper towels. Their installation at the Centre allows for them to be demonstrated to prospective clients in a real factory environment.
The hand dryers, which form only part of the overall offering by Green Footprints Uk Limited were chosen above all other manufacturers of hand dryer due to their hygienic excellence, cost effectiveness and ease of use. The water reservoirs built into the units allow for water to be captured rather than becoming a slip hazard.
The facilities and services to business at the National Centre for Food Manufacturing have been shaped and dictated by the employees whose businesses the campus supports. This partnership has created arguably the best resource of its kind in the UK.
Greg Clark MP was joined by local MP John Hayes, whom at the time was the Shadow Minister for Lifelong Learning, Further and Higher Education, during his visit to the Centre.
Pictured right shows from left to right; John Hayes MP (The then Shadow Minister for Lifelong Learning, Further and Higher Education), Val Braybrooks (Dean of the faculty), Greg Clark MP (The then Shadow Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change), Darren Ward (Director of Green Footprints UK Limited) & Mike Dudbridge.
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