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The new slaughterhouse in Horsens was in 2001 expected to get an energy and water consumption of:
A 30% reduction of these costs will partly be achieved through use of best available technology from Danish Crown’s slaughterhouses, partly through a wide variety of improvements to present technology:
COWI has been assigned to manage this, the most challenging, energy efficiency project in Danish industry for decades. As a major spin-off to this project it is foreseen that the most profitable technology improvements will be transferred to other Danish Crown slaughterhouses after commissioning and final optimisation of the processes at the new slaughterhouses.The new slaughterhouse was put into operation in late 2004 and is expected to be commissioned and fully operating in spring 2005.
ClientDanish Crown a.m.b.a.
Services rendered by COWIMapping and benchmarking of energy and water consumption in all major Danish slaughterhouses, process demand analysis, optimisation of design and operation of processes and utility systems, development of new equipment, introduction of new key figures and energy management schemes.
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