Posts in the Environmental Sustainability category

HPS Pigging ISO 9001 and 14001

ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 Certified Pigging Company

Posted in on 10th November 2017

Quality and Environmental Commitment HPS is committed to providing high-quality products, services and solutions while delivering a great experience to all our customers. At the same time, we are committed to reducing waste and minimising our carbon footprint and overall environmental impact. As the market leader in process pigging and liquid transfer solutions, HPS operates

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Save the Date – Sustainable Food & Beverage Conference

Posted in on 2nd November 2017

David from HPS is Guest Speaking We’re pleased to announce that a senior member of the HPS team will be guest speaking at the Sustainable Food and Beverage Conference which is being held on Tuesday November 7th at Ricoh Arena, Coventry. The Sustainable Food and Beverage Conference is an annual event and is organised by

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Sustainability at HPS

Posted in on 26th May 2017

Role of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Sustainability is no longer just a corporate buzzword. It has become a key item in the business agenda of many companies. Often when you think of the contribution of businesses to the broader sustainability agenda, naturally thoughts are of large multinational companies. However, while public pressure and media

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Global Water Scarcity and the Challenges to Businesses

Posted in on 28th April 2017

Water Scarcity Set to Worsen Water scarcity is one of the greatest, and most serious issues facing the world. According to WWF, around 1.1 billion people worldwide do not have safe access to drinking water. At the same time, an astonishing 2.7 billion find water scarce for at least one month of the year. Unfortunately, this

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Beer Industry: Environmental Concerns and Regulations

Time to Add Pigging to the Mix? Beer is one of the oldest, and most widely consumed alcoholic beverages in the world. It’s also the third most consumed beverage overall (after water and tea of course!). So, it’s not surprising that the global beer market is expected to generate approximately $750 billion in sales by 2022,

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