A client focused approach
With a combined total of over 40 years’ experience in energy and waste management, the team can assist with all stages of strategy development.
We can help with all stages from provision of advice, developing your strategy, development of collection and process systems, procurement, implementation through to staff engagement which is a vital aspect of introducing any new system to a business. By identifying ways to save our clients energy consumption through a broad range of measure we have idenitified savings in some cases in excess of 40%.
Not only can we help meet our clients waste regulatory requirements, but we would aim to either make compliance cost neutral or potentially at a lesser cost through savings generated by diverting current waste streams to alternative revenue generating markets.
Synergie was commissioned to carry out a Confidential Packaging and Waste Prevention Review at Diageo’s Shieldhall bottling plant. The site is one of the world’s largest drinks packaging facilities, operating a number of high speed production lines.
A detailed site survey was carried out in partnership with Diageo staff, to investigate and identify potential areas to improve resource efficiency and reduce packaging use.
The Micro-renewables North East project exceeded our expectations in terms of outputs and deliverables within a narrow time frame. Synergie Environ provided North East SMEs with expertise across all feasible renewable energy technology and energy efficiency measures. Their commitment to timescales and attention to detail throughout the project was commendable.
I would recommend Synergie Environ, they have already saved us over £20K for 2011 in electricity costs alone and more importantly provided us with facts and truths to allow our business to make choices based on real evidence and presented us financially sound options and benefits.
Good report, well received by myself and soil science colleagues. For a few years we struggled with shells that hadn't been properly washed and being used in building activities… the situation seems to have changed and this report offers a way towards a much better, more sustainable and (closer to a) circular economy solution.