Reduce costs with FoodClean
No matter how busy your food manufacturing business may be, its cash flow and profitability can be greatly affected by downtime, sluggish cleaning systems and unnecessary waste. For years the problem has been the absence of a system that targets all forms of waste and inefficiency, which is why FoodClean has invested intense focus and research into providing a complete solution.
Clean Factory Revolution
Reduction of Costs
The reduction of costs is a core element of the Clean Factory Revolution being rolled out around the world by the team here at FoodClean. Contrary to popular belief, reducing costs is not just about buying better, as a comprehensive, consistent and long-term approach is also crucial. With this in mind, we’re dedicated to helping your business make savings across multiple areas of your infrastructure:
- Increased profitability through faster, smarter cleaning
- Maximised uptime
- Environmental savings in terms of energy, water and heat
- Reduced chemical consumption
- Significant labour savings
Tackling the cost of cleaning
The cleaning of a factory comes with multiple types of cost. The most obvious is the monetary obligation to your business, in that the installation, running and maintenance of a system requires capital outlay. You then need to pay your cleaning operatives for their time and labour, as well as regularly purchase chemicals so that they can carry out their duties. Needless to say, utility bills are another unavoidable part of the equation.
We then have the environmental cost: the volume of water and energy required in order for cleaning to be performed to an exceptional standard. The more you use, the larger your carbon footprint. When these factors are combined, it’s no wonder that many manufacturing businesses believe that cleaning costs the earth in more ways than one.
To give a greater feel for the financial and ecological costs involved, here are some eye-opening facts and figures:
- The average cleaning operative can waste 2.5 million litres of water every year.
- Empty chemical drums are rarely recycled, resulting in huge volumes of plastic being added to landfill and our oceans.
- Inefficient systems massively increase the costs of water, energy and labour, deeply cutting into a company’s profit margins.
A single tailored solution
The installation of proper chemical tanks and the application of streamlined systems will significantly minimise the various costs to your business. This in turn benefits labour productivity, with the average cleaning operative completing their tasks 30 minutes faster every day. Meanwhile, the reduction in water, energy and chemical usage benefits your business and the environment alike, bringing a strong return on investment from day one.
Use our calculator to see how much your business could save.