Heat and Control understands the critical importance of sustainability in today’s world. The company is “a leading manufacturer of food industry equipment,” with commitment it says that goes beyond just manufacturing industry benchmark equipment.

“We are dedicated to helping New Zealand food processors achieve a low carbon footprint, while enhancing productivity and embracing renewable energy sources,” says Heat and Control general manager, Scott Burrows.

In fact, he says if anyone is Interested in minimising their carbon footprint or transitioning to renewable energy sources then multiple technologies are already available that can reduce fuel costs, energy waste, air pollution, and water consumption.

“At the forefront of our mission is the recognition that sustainable manufacturing practices benefit not only the environment, but also your bottom line,” says Burrows.

“By implementing energy-efficient solutions, food processors can significantly reduce their carbon footprint and simultaneously increase productivity.

“We support processors of all sizes, and working with a turnkey supplier is a great way to access expertise and stay abreast of new and emerging technologies in food processing.”

The company offers advanced equipment designed for efficient energy usage, enabling higher output with reduced energy consumption and their services align with key sustainability initiatives in New Zealand.

The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) promotes energy efficiency and renewable energy in New Zealand, offering co-funding programmes and support to accelerate adoption of energy-efficient technologies, and renewable energy sources.

“By utilising resources such as these and adopting optimised clean energy solutions, food processors across New Zealand can significantly reduce their environmental impact and pave the way for a more sustainable future.”