Filtration company cuts carbon with solar
Water filtration technology firm Walker Filtration has announced a partnership with renewable energy company Engenera Renewables Group to install a substantial solar installation at its premises in Tyne & Wear.
This solar installation represents the first of several projects Engenera is advising the Walker Filtration Group on aimed at building a sustainable future.
Stuart Wilson, safety and facilities officer at Walker Filtration, said: “The team at Engenera have been fantastic from the start. They have completed the work quickly and efficiently with minimal disruption onsite and have kept us updated on progress throughout.
“Having work carried out onsite during the Covid-19 pandemic has presented challenges, but the contractors from Engenera have been extremely considerate and professional – complying with all Covid health and safety regulations and regularly conducting their own risk assessments.”
Lloyd Lawson, the chief strategy officer at Engenera, added: “Walker Filtration is a model client for any company looking for renewable energy solutions in the commercial landscape.
“At Engenera Renewables Group, we aim to make renewable energy solutions more available for both domestic and commercial use. Ensuring everyone has fair access to renewable, sustainable solutions is key for the future.”