Used cooking oil (“UCO”) is a messy by-product of running a busy restaurant and something most kitchen operators don’t have extra time to think about. The way you handle your used cooking oil can affect your business’ internal operations and shape how customers see your impact on the environment. DAR PRO’s reliable, end-to-end services not only makes restaurant oil collection and recycling a nonissue, you can let your customers know that you are contributing to a greener tomorrow. As a DAR PRO customer, you can rest easy knowing your used cooking oil disposal will be handled by our professionally trained, uniformed and licensed service personnel. Staff use state-of-the-art grease management equipment to handle your material responsibly, thoroughly and in accordance with governmental and environmental regulations.
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RWE, Germany’s largest power producer, announced it’s investing $21 billion in the UK by 2030 to accelerate its transition. The announcement comes as CEO, Markus Krebber is taking part in the Global Investment Summit in London. Firstly, the announced investment includes the already announced investment of five billion pounds into two offshore wind parks; one of which started the construction phase back in June. Those are the Triton Knoll and the Sofia offshore wind parks, the latter being the one that began construction recently. Indeed, much of the activity of RWE in the UK focus on offshore wind. Apart from the projects mentioned above, the company is currently developing four new offshore wind farms, representing a combined potential installed capacity of around 2.6 GW.
In this article, John Jackson discusses the importance and value of creating a green circular economy, bringing attention to how businesses may need to consider adapting current processes into becoming more environmentally friendly. As well as this, John introduces the use of recycled or reconditioned products and materials as a considerable method that could significantly contribute towards a business’s decarbonisation strategy. The transition to become a net zero carbon nation is undoubtedly one of the biggest challenges facing the business community in Wales. It is the ultimate game changer, and to achieve it will mean that across all aspects of our built environment new approaches to our activities will need to be adopted. Decarbonisation will be on the agenda for many businesses and organisations across Wales, and will increasingly be moving up it as the need to change becomes increasingly apparent.