Carlsberg cuts warehouse lighting costs by 70pc

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Carlsberg has cut its lighting costs by some 70 per cent following the installation of new lighting in national and regional distribution centres.
The beer manufacturer brought in consultants EHS Projects to source a cost-effective alternative to its existing lighting arrangements inside six of its centres across the country.

EHS Projects recommended products from Lutterworth Ecolighting’s Ecolite range to replace the traditional sodium and metal halide lighting units.

In total, 1,044 Ecolite units were installed. Each Ecolite uses T5 photocell and passive infrared (PIR) tracking technology, meaning the lights only operate when required.

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