Revolutionizing Sustainability: Verallia’s Milestone in Lonigo, Italy
In a groundbreaking move, Verallia’s Lonigo plant in Italy has embarked on a transformative journey with the renovation of Furnace 31. This significant stride is not merely an upgrade; it’s a conscientious effort to curtail CO2 emissions and revolutionize the production landscape.
Out With the Old, In With the Green
Gone are the days of the old dense oil furnace. In its place stands a state-of-the-art methane gas furnace, drastically slashing CO2 emissions and minimizing pollutants. This switch represents a commitment to environmental responsibility, aligning Verallia with sustainable practices that make a difference.
Innovative Solutions for a Brighter Tomorrow
But the innovation doesn’t stop there. Verallia has meticulously prepared a system for preheating raw materials, a move poised to revolutionize the industry. Once installed, this system will not only conserve gas but also further diminish CO2 emissions. It’s a holistic approach to sustainability that sets new standards.
Collaboration at Its Core
What makes this renovation truly remarkable is the collaborative spirit fueling it. A whopping 52 companies have come together, pooling their expertise and resources. This unified effort underscores the collective determination to create a positive impact on the environment.
Pioneering Excellence in Packaging
Furnace 31, renowned for producing AG-coloured bottles in the wine and oil segments, is now not just a symbol of quality but also a beacon of eco-friendly innovation. This transformation not only ensures a more sustainable future but also paves the way for cutting-edge technological advancements and streamlined packaging processes.
Verallia’s commitment to sustainability is not just a promise; it’s a tangible reality, shaping the future of packaging while preserving the planet. Witness the evolution, embrace the change, and be part of a greener tomorrow.
Source: Verallia with additional information added by Apazone