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Bakkavor invests in wastewater treatment facility

07 May 2017

Bakkavor Group, the UK’s leading provider of fresh prepared foods, has celebrated the installation of a multi-million pound state-of-the-art water treatment facility at it’s the Bakkavor’s Cucina Sano site in Boston, Lincolnshire has recently installed a state-of-the-art water treatment facility. 

The facility was installed by Aquabio and it enables over 80% of the water used at the site to be safely recycled. It has helped to reduce traffic flow to and from the site as significantly fewer tankers are required to remove waste water from the facility.

The Cucina Sano facility specialises in the production of Italian-style ready meals and accompaniments for Marks & Spencer. In 2016 the business received ‘Gold’ status in Marks & Spencer Ethnical Audit.    

Ben Cooper, head of operations at Cucina Sano said: “We are always working to ensure we can help sustain the environment in which we operate and are looking forward to seeing the benefits of this new plant in helping us achieve our sustainability goals - both in water usage and reduced traffic flow.”


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