Lloyds Register challenged us to offer project plans that not only realised a financial payback but also an environmental payback.
Lloyds Register started a new initiative called The Green Team, where they tasked their supply partners to look and challenge the way they deliver their services. The programme asks suppliers to look at costs, sustainability and environmental impact.
Rising to the challenge, we conducted an in depth evaluation of Lloyd Register’s existing water system, and supplied them with a more sustainable, cost effective water system upgrade.
We reviewed plant run times and in particular, equipment which was running for the majority of the week.
Lloyds’ plant was essential to the running of the building, for suitable solutions we engaged with our sustainability division for advice on the market and technological solutions available.
After thorough analysis of all options, we installed Remote monitoring and an Ozone upgrade with NEXED bleed recovery system. This new system recycles the bleed water from the cooling towers rather than sending to drain.
This approach not only saves on water usage but also incurs a rebate from Thames Water as there is no discharging water to drain. There are also cost savings associated with better control and use of chemicals as well as 24hr monitoring.
“What I get is attention and support that I wouldn’t necessarily get from a bigger provider.
I see their management team regularly. I get excellent service from them, and good support. The partnership is the important bit.”
Head of Facilities – Lloyd’s Register Group Ltd
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