Dairy UK’s 11th annual Benchmarking Survey once again shows dairy processor achievements in improving environmental performance.
A new report commissioned by Veolia and published by Imperial College London has highlighted the importance of plastic as a material compared to alternatives when examining carbon emissions.
The report analyses the EU’s progress on Food Loss and Waste (FLW) and sets out guidance for governments, industry, researchers and NGOs on how to reach this target.
A new landmark poll commissioned by Nature 2030 has revealed that people in the UK will support an ‘all-in’ deposit return scheme model with a variable deposit.
Graham’s The Family Dairy has announced plans for a low carbon heat project at its facility in Fife, which will position the area at the forefront of innovative decarbonisation solutions for the food and drink sector.
IG-Milch, an independent organisation of Austrian farmers, used World Milk Day 2020 to set out several points for operations for the future.
The UK dairy sector in partnership with government has announced a new joint-funded campaign to highlight the importance of ‘human connections’ during the current coronavirus crisis.
SIG will fund breakthrough research at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, as part of a joint initiative with Nestlé, Logitech and other partners, to tackle environmental challenges associated with plastic waste.
SIG’s combibloc EcoPlus, the world’s first and only aluminium-free aseptic carton, has hit the major milestone of one billion packs filled.
Ireland’s second largest liquid milk processing firm Aurivo has reduced carbon emissions and fossil fuel consumption at its Killygordon site by 80%, thanks to heat pump solutions from GEA.
The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) is pushing back on claims that the dairy industry is a major source of greenhouse gases.
At Dairy UK’s ‘Weighing up the Facts? Does Dairy Deliver’ conference, chief executive Dr Judith Bryans explained the critical role of the dairy industry in meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals.