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Wrigleys : Wrigley Pacific Sustainability Report 2010
Getting energy smart Australia’s electricity production is projected to grow by nearly 50 per cent between now and 2030 to meet increasing growth in demand. Currently, demand and supply are finely balanced, but in the long term, the rising costs of raw energy and network infrastructure must be balanced by investing in energy efficiency and clean energy technologies. Our commercial head office in Epping is powered by 100 per cent Green Energy. All electricity consumed by our Epping office is sourced from the Lake Bonney Wind Farm, reducing our annual carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 110 tonnes per annum – that’s the equivalent of taking 53 cars off the road every year. cHanging tHe Way We Work Annual energy consumption at Asquith has been reduced by five per cent this year by making a series of simple changes to the way we work. Skylights have been fitted in the warehouse area, upgrading the chillers, dust collectors, munters and sub-metering in the factory, and using solar hot water for the syrup making process. Motion sensor lighting has been installed at our Auckland and Asquith sites and energy efficient LED lighting has been installed in the conference and meeting spaces at Asquith. 30 PUTTING OUR PRINCIPLES INTO ACTION