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Marcus Wareing brings green fridges to the table

2 April 2014

Hard-working, energy-saving Williams fridges get ‘job done’ for two Michelin star chef Marcus Wareing has just completed an extensive renovation to his two Michelin star restaurant in the Berkeley Hotel, London, which reopened under the new name, Marcus. As the dining room has been transformed, so too have areas of the kitchens. “We’ve been here ten years and this is the first refurb we’ve had – until now we’ve been topping up on equipment as we go along,” he says....

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TwinSet is hunky dory for warewashing at Belton Garden Centre

8 August 2013

Winterhalter passthrough machines save energy and give ‘brilliant’ results Garden Centres are becoming major catering destinations.  At Belton Garden Centre, Lincolnshire, when owners Karen and Graham Elkington decided to rebuild their small coffee shop they knew they would be handling large numbers, which was why they would need warewashing equipment that could cope.  In the event, the new catering facilities are serving up to 800 people a day – and the huge quantities of dirty crocks, glasses, cutlery and utensils...

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Winterhalter does Stirling service

18 February 2013

Stirling Management Centre relies on Winterhalter warewashing machines to keep up standards Stirling Management Centre is located right at the very ‘heart of Scotland’ – equidistant from Glasgow and Edinburgh and within sight of the Wallace Monument.  Set in 300 acres of parkland, it offers a range of quality conference facilities including meeting rooms, exhibition space, accommodation, sport and recreational opportunities. It  is also well known for its excellent restaurant and banqueting services. Seating up to 230 diners, the light...

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Sustainability IS Sustainable

12 December 2012

CESA research highlights positive attitude to sustainability and a desire for common energy rating standard for catering equipment Catering suppliers believe that sustainability will deliver a major boost to business in the next three years, according to research conducted by CESA, the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association. However, there is a growing need for a common standard to benchmark energy savings, to make it easier for end users to understand the benefits. 

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Precision Launches Eco Blast Chiller

8 October 2012

Sustainability Plus: ultra-low GWP, zero ODP, energy saving 35kg capacity unit runs off 13 amp plug British refrigeration manufacturer Precision has launched what it believes to be the foodservice market’s most environmentally friendly blast chiller.  The Eco Chiller runs on one of the new HFO refrigerants, Solstice ze (R1234ze) from Honeywell, which has an ultra-low GWP (Global Warming Potential). “There is increasing interest in green refrigeration, not only from larger groups supporting their corporate social responsibility ethos, but also independents...

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