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CompAir launches CompressingCarbon, a new website for compressed air energy savings

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CompAir has today (4th April 2011) launched a new carbon-reduction website for compressed air users.

Called CompressingCarbon.com (www.compressingcarbon.com), the site gives practical advice on how operators can improve the energy performance of their compressed air installations and also showcases the company’s complete range of energy-efficient products and solutions.

The site is being shown for the first time to visitors on stand D53 (hall 26) at this year’s Hannover Fair (4th to 8th April 2011) and has been developed specifically for European manufacturers looking to lower their carbon footprint, improve their green credentials and cut their compressed air energy costs.
Marketing director, Frederique Gerard explains the reason for launching CompressingCarbon:
“Climate change is an issue that affects every European manufacturing site; from the small factory to the biggest processing plant.

“As a result, there are certain legislative requirements in place to help lower greenhouse gas emissions, which can impact on some operators.  But, as part of this process, there are also a number of incentives in place to help manufacturers fund efficiency improvements; such as grants or tax-free loans to purchase new, energy-efficient equipment.

 
“Add to this the fact that over 10% of the electricity supplied to industry is used to power compressors*1 and it’s easy to see that the more manufactures can do to improve the efficiency of their compressor installations, the more they can do for the environment and their profitability.
“That’s why we’ve created CompressingCarbon.  It’s a new resource developed specifically for industries using compressed air.

“The site contains links to how national and European legislation can affect operations and information on the incentives available to help cut carbon emissions.  We’ve also included details of all our latest compressor technologies that could help manufacturers to reduce their energy costs.  This includes everything from carrying out air audits, to reducing energy consumption, to oil-free technologies, to heat recovery and maintenance.”
 
CompressingCarbon is now live and available to manufacturers in English and German at www.compressingcarbon.com.  Further languages and additions will be rolled out over the coming months.
 
 
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