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Case Studies

In September 2010, Arla announced plans for a ‘mega dairy’ located on the outskirts of Aylesbury. This new facility plans to be the world’s first zero carbon milk processing facility. Eaton’s Cooper Lighting and Safety designed and supplied a full package of mains and emergency lighting solutions across production facilities and office areas.

In 2012, Cooper Lighting and Safety, a Carbon Trust accredited supplier were selected by Wates Construction to deliver a £500,000 package to complete a lighting and fire alarm fit out on Doncaster Council’s new £20m Civic Offices.

Typhoo and another three Tesco suppliers are set to save an estimated one million kilowatt hours per year and cut their lighting costs by up to 80 per cent, thanks to a new energy-efficient lighting Buying Club developed by Tesco and 2degrees in partnership with the Carbon Trust and Eaton’s Cooper Lighting and Safety.

Since being formed in 1991, the Delta Group has grown into one of Europe's largest suppliers of printed promotional materials for retail marketing campaigns, with a client list including global brands, European retailers and international entertainment companies. Located at a 6-acre London site, the company is an environmentally responsible supplier and has an ISO14001-certified Environmental Policy and Management System.

Grange Hotels is a leading independent hotel chain, comprising four- and five-star accommodation in the best locations across London. The hotels offer comfort, quality and a range of facilities that is second to none, all skilfully combined with contemporary luxury and attention to detail.

O’Kane Foodservice is the Brakes Group foodservice specialist for Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic. According to Brakes Group marketing director, James Armitage, the company is “passionate about its carbon credentials” and is taking action in any area possible to significantly reduce its carbon output by 2015. As part of this process, the company identified that energy savings could be made by replacing the lighting in its cold stores.