FDT Consulting Engineers & Project Managers win Envirocom Award for long history of Environmental Achievements.

envirocom-award-2016FDT Consulting Engineers & Project Managers win Envirocom Award for long history of Environmental Achievements.

 

FDT Consulting Engineers and Project Managers Ltd celebrate our 25th anniversary this year. We are a fully independent, Irish owned, SME employing 30 engineers, brewers, distillers and scientists, and operate out of our headquarters in Churchtown, Dublin and offices in Cork and Dundalk. For most of that time, FDT have supported a community of client companies in Ireland and Internationally, by identifying and delivering environmental improvements and process benefits. We have also pursued our own environmental innovations for the benefit of our client companies and the environment as a whole.

Our work and achievements have been in the following areas:

EPA Cleaner Greener Production Programme/Green Enterprise Programme (2002-2014)

  • Caustic Recovery Pilot and Production Scale Implementation in a Brewery.
  • Spent Pickle Acid Recovery Feasibility & Flux Treatment in Galvanizing
  • Water Recovery Feasibility
  • CO2 Recovery Feasibility
  • Alternative Treatments for Distillery Co-Products

 

EU funded CIP Eco-Innovation project -PUReOPE (Process for Upgrade and Recovery of Polyphenol Extracts).

Energy Efficient Design across several different sectors

  • Brewery
  • Distillery
  • PET Packaging
  • Dairy
  • Pharma
  • Waste Water treatment
  • Industrial & Commercial
  • Part of team that developed IS399:2014 Energy Efficient Design Management, Standard.

Energy and Water Management Services on ongoing basis to clients in the Beverage, Food and Industrial Sectors, supporting ISO50001, ISO14001 and licencing obligations.

In summary, FDT have a long history of Environmental Innovation across sites in Ireland and Internationally. We are delighted with the recognition provided by this award from DLR Chamber in our 25th anniversary year. The award was presented by An Cathaoirleach of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Council, Cormac Devlin and the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor in Dun Laoghaire on Thursday 10th November 2016.

For more information, please contact :

Michael Clancy
michael.clancy@fdt.ie
+353-1-2960022
www.fdt.ie