October 3, 2023


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Dunbia in €3m take care of ActionZero

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The Cork-based firm, ActionZero is working with Dunbia, a division of Daybreak Meats, to assist eradicate fossil gas use on the firm’s processing facility in Llanybydder, Wales.

Pictured is Niall Browne, CEO of Daybreak Meats with Denis Collins, CEO of ActionZero.

The deal is value in extra of €3m and is anticipated to scale back carbon emissions on the Dunbia web site by a minimal of 577  tonnes per 12 months.

Dunbia employs greater than 5,000 individuals at  13 websites within the UK. Daybreak Meats has formidable plans to succeed in zero operational emissions by 2040, launching a €100m sustainability fund in December.

Group CEO of Daybreak Meats, Niall Browne mentioned: “At Daybreak Meats, sustainability has been on the coronary heart of our enterprise for greater than 20 years. We’re dedicated to investing in new applied sciences throughout all of our divisions to assist us to succeed in our Web Zero operational emissions goal by 2040. We’ve already made vital progress and we’re delighted to associate with ActionZero on one other mission as there’s nonetheless a lot for us to do. We’re trying ahead to seeing the constructive outcomes ActionZero’s expertise can have on our Dunbia web site in Wales.”

ActionZero CEO Denis Collins mentioned:  “Daybreak Meats shares our targets and fervour for reaching internet zero emissions. At ActionZero, we consider that by combining enterprise alternative with social good, you create the precise setting for nice issues to occur. We want firms and industries of all sizes to eradicate or drastically cut back using fossil fuels if we’re to efficiently deal with the challenges of local weather change. Daybreak Meats and Dunbia are definitely main the best way within the meals business and we’re delighted to be supporting them to succeed in their formidable targets.”

Denis Collins added: “Now we have a strong portfolio and robust efficiency historical past with business notably within the meals sector in Eire. The Dunbia mission represents yet one more essential inroad for ActionZero into the UK. It’s a serious marketplace for us and is a key strategic focus for 2023.”

The Venture is supported by the BEIS Industrial Vitality transformation Fund, and can see ActionZero’s patented EscoPod system decarbonise warmth on the facility. The warmth pump system supplies excessive temperature water with out the necessity for fossil fuels. It’s anticipated to scale back heating associated CO2 emissions on the Llanybydder web site by a minimal of 58% and supply a minimal of 67% discount in thermal system power use.

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