The Latteria Soresina production sites feature systems and solutions capable of promoting a balanced relationship with the environment, owing to three mutually coordinated levels of attention: reduced energy and water consumption, responsible management of discharges and waste, and logistical organization with collaborative choices made to reduce environmental impact.
Latteria Soresina plants predominantly use self-produced electricity from cogeneration and photovoltaic systems.
Cogeneration is a technology with a green approach that allows thermal and electrical energy to be produced simultaneously, increasing efficiency and reducing consumption.
Owing to the use of cogeneration systems introduced and in use since 2014, Latteria Soresina has reduced around 15% in CO2 emissions (-3,500 ton CO2/year).
Constant monitoring, targeted power factor correction and optimization of operating times.
Use of refrigeration units with high efficiency gas and low consumption and an hourly plan for using the systems with power optimization.
Use of high efficiency burners and optimization of heat recovery.
In our plants, great attention is paid to water, a fundamental raw material in production dynamics and a crucial element in a series of environmental policies.
Latteria Soresina has reduced water consumption by approximately 40,000 mc/year (approximately 100 mc/day) by using evaporation towers for cooling.
The data refer to Latteria Soresina’s plants of Forcello, Stagno Lombardo, Cremona, Italy.
Use of alternative low environmental impact detergents and separation/recovery of rain and washing water.
Warehouse handling and product transport represent a significant item in improving environmental impact. Latteria Soresina has activated procedures that favour collaborative and “truck shared” logistics, collaborating with various entities to share means of transport along defined routes, in vehicles mainly powered by natural gas.