A visit by Prince Charles has marked the opening of a new Boiler Plant in Cornwall for Dairy Crest Ltd.
The new boiler plant – a specialist plant designed to produce energy in an environmentally-friendly and sustainable way – was the venue of the Prince’s visit this month, where he made some of Dairy Crest’s new Davidstow Diamond Jubilee Cheddar, which will mature for 13 months before going on sale next year.
The Prince saw first hand, just one of many initiatives Dairy Crest has introduced, to reduce their carbon emissions by 28% by 2020, helped in no small part by the biomass boilers.
Protec were commissioned to provide a bespoke Banner in the shape of a few hedges in order to shield some nearby toilet blocks from the main plant. We were delighted to work with Dairy Crest on this special day, and as fans of their Davidstow and Cathedral cheeses, we hope to work with them again in the future!
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