Posted: Thursday 22nd March 2012

Torishima (Europe) Projects Ltd (TEP) will play its part in the London 2012 Olympic Games after securing an order with a leading drinks manufacturer.

Torishima has been chosen to refurbish boilerhouse and steam systems, leading to a double-digit energy saving in this area of the company’s plant because of increased boiler efficiency, heat recovery and associated practices.

The project will deliver robust processes to support the anticipated peak production period associated with the Olympics, one of the most significant events in London’s history.

Meanwhile, Torishima’s expertise in renewable energy and carbon reduction has also led to an exciting partnership with Galliford Try Meica and Black & Veatch to deliver state-of-the-art steam bioenergy systems that utilize the bio-gas produced at four strategic Anglian Water sites across Essex and Suffolk.

Torishima has a proven track record in the Water and Waste management industries - Wessex Water is another notable client - as well as operating in the Food and Healthcare sectors.

Guy Forrest-Hay, Torishima (Europe) Projects Ltd Business Development Manager, said: “We are delighted to be working on such high-profile projects for these prestigious clients, with a key focus on delivering carbon reduction.”

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