Sustainable Manufacturing

At RDD, we understand the environmental impact of manufacturing and are committed to seeking sustainability in all aspects of our work. We constantly monitor our processes and strive to create products using materials that minimise negative environmental impact. Sustainable manufacturing is no longer a niche concept; it’s becoming the norm. It can be a difficult challenge but by embracing sustainable practices, manufacturers like us can ensure their long-term success while protecting the environment for future generations.

Key Aspects of Sustainable Manufacturing

  • Resource Efficiency: This means using less material to make products and finding ways to reuse or recycle leftover materials.
  • Energy Conservation: Manufacturers are constantly looking for ways to reduce energy consumption in their facilities, whether through optimising processes or using renewable energy sources like solar or wind power.
  • Waste Reduction: Sustainable practices aim to minimize waste generated during production. This can involve things like using by-products from one process as inputs for another, or designing products that are easier to disassemble and recycle at the end of their lifespan.
  • Safety Focus: Sustainability encompasses the safety of workers, communities, and consumers. This includes using non-toxic materials and implementing measures to prevent pollution.
Cwm Owen, Powys, Mid-Wales

Cwm Owen, Powys, Mid-Wales