Cadbury goes green with Aura Eco Saver Long Life

 

The Purple Goes Green initiative is Cadbury wide, and at the moment Aura Long Life lamps are being used in the manufacturing areas in the Bournville plant, where they are changing old T8 fittings for the more energy efficient Aura T5 Eco Saver Long Life.

 

 

Cadbury is a leading global confectionery company with a portfolio of chocolate, gum and candy brands. Since February 2010 Cadbury is part of Kraft Foods which is the world’s second largest food company.

Purple Goes Green with Aura Light

Cadbury have a ”Purple Goes Green” initiative that sets a vision to tackle climate change and shrink global environmental footprint by many initiatives. One initiative is to reduced energy usage. To help achieve this objective Cadbury chose Aura Long Life lights.

The Purple Goes Green initiative is Cadbury wide, and at the moment Aura Long Life lamps are being used in the manufacturing areas in the Bournville plant, where they are changing old T8 fittings for more energy efficient T5. ”Aura Long Life will help us to reduce emissions through a reduction in energy usage, lower maintenance costs and reduced WEEE generation”, says Karl Bowen, Environmental Manager at Cadbury UK.

Aura Eco Saver Long Life for the environment

Before Cadbury decided to go with Aura Long Life lamps they compared other manufacturers. ”We felt that Aura Light’s profile was the best fit for our vision of reducing the impact on the environment”, explains Karl Bowen.

Cadbury chose to install Aura T5 Eco Saver Long Life lamps which reduces the energy consumption and is the most environmentally friendly T5 lamp on the market. ”Used in conjunction with low energy gear trays we can realize energy savings of at least 45% per twin T5 fitting compared to our standard T8 fitting. We will also realize financial benefits due to a longer mean time between failure thus reducing our maintenance and disposal costs”, says Karl Bowen.