Renewable Energy in the Food Processing Industry
- May 25, 2021 4:11 pm GMT
President Biden signed the U.S. onto the Paris Agreement during his first day in office. It signifies our sustainable efforts by conserving natural resources and ecological longevity. Many Americans have displayed eco-friendly intentions, investing in electric cars, solar-paneled roofs and wind turbines.
Transformation must also occur in the industrial sector. Many food companies eliminated their pesticide use and placed solar panels on their farms, which are seen as sufficient sustainability measures. However, they can do more.
Food processing facilities contribute a significant quantity of emissions to the atmosphere. Incorporating renewable energy sources into the industry could reduce air pollution and the size of our national carbon footprint.
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