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Water and energy efficiency
The Greenyard impact
To process fruit and vegetables, Greenyard needs a lot of water, energy and other resources. Advanced water treatment installations and water collectors measure exactly how much water is used in each process. By purifying and reusing water, consumption can be decreased significantly.
In order to reduce energy use, the company continues to actively seek alternative energy sources. Solar panels and biomass production mean that a proportion of total energy needs can now be produced internally. The introduction of more efficient processing solutions through investment in the latest technologies, warehousing, intermodal transport and logistics is also leading to reduced energy use.
Water and energy efficiency
Waste management
Waste management
The Greenyard impact
Greenyard sees it as its duty to manage its resources in a responsible manner, reducing waste to a minimum. The company recognises different waste streams related to its business, including paper, plastic and metals. As a food producer, the company also has a major impact on preventing food waste, both during production and at the consumer end.
Biodiversity and responsible land use
The Greenyard impact
The process of delivering high-quality fruit and vegetables to consumers starts in the fields, and that’s also where the focus on responsible resource use begins. Greenyard’s aim is to take good care of the land so that it can continue to produce healthy food without becoming exhausted.
Biodiversity and responsible land use
Sustainability
Greenyard aims to source its fruit and vegetables in a sustainable manner, respecting nature and providing growers with a fair return.