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Subsequently a resource efficiency programme was developed to identify no/low-cost energy solutions as well as longer-term more CAPEX driven solutions. Concurrently, elements of an Energy Management System would be implemented including data monitoring, dashboard development and long-term target setting. In addition, and to ensure that the programme was holistic in nature, focus was also given on ways to improve the consumption of water within the manufacturing process as well as ways to diminish the generation - and optimise the use of - waste streams generated on site.

A Steering Committee was established to provide monthly updates to Senior Management as well as convey progress on status of engineering studies. Each focus area was allocated an internal Project Champion who provided technical input to the TEPM team.

Subsequently, detailed engineering studies were conducted which included, but was not limited to:

  • Required design work;
  • Updating of technical drawings; and
  • Engagement and coordination of specialists where necessary for all opportunities.

On-going data collection for all opportunities was also conducted to establish a baseline for savings as well as reaffirm assumptions made during assessment phase.

Finally, CAPEX requirements and business cases were pulled together and presented to the Steering Committee and Senior Management.

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