Solvay saves millions in waste and energy improvements

Chemical company Solvay has cut energy consumption and waste at its Lostock works in Cheshire by half while increasing productivity by 80% since taking over the site in 1999. The improvements have saved the company over £1 million per year and helped it comply with the new integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) regime.

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