It’s not too late to join 12 Victorian companies in their 2012 quest to better understand their site energy consumption and explore innovative and effective consumption reduction options. And save money… you will also be providing our future mechanical and manufacturing engineers the benefit of invaluable experience that only live field work can provide.
Craigieburn Pool could save over $6K per annum, and reduce emissions by 236 tonnes per annum, based on part of their NORTH Link project outcomes.
Let the talented and passionate RMIT students solve some energy use issues. Food companies that have signed up in the past include Baxter Foods, Edlyn Foods, Ferguson Plarre Bakehouse, Fosters Brewing Group and the Original Juice Company. But the program is not just for food companies with manufacturers and organisations such as Melbourne Water, Melbourne Airport and Sutton Tools all being past beneficiaries of the program.
Already a number of companies including large multinationals and SMEs from food, dairy and other manufacturing areas have signed up for 2012.
The outstanding results that students can achieve can be seen in some 2011 examples:
- Baxter Foods 90 tonnes of emission reduction Nearly $30K savings per annum Payback under 2 yrs
- Dolphin 60 tonnes reduction per year $3K fuel savings per annum Payback under 3 yrs
- Capral 4250 tonnes reduction $over 300K savings per year Payback 9 yrs
For more information or to participate in the program, please contact Mick Butera, Executive Director, NORTH Link (T) 03 9479 3337 email@example.com
Plant sites across the state are eligible. Please circulate this invitation to relevant Plant and Operations Managers and Engineers. ORIGINAL STORY (16 January) http://www.vfitb.com.au/news/?p=1525