Upgrading to LED lighting can make a significant impact on energy consumption and worker safety

The food and beverage Industry is responsible for nearly one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions, and food demand is projected to increase by as much as 60% by 2050. These factors make applying an aggressive environmental, social governance (ESG) strategy very daunting for many food and beverage companies. However, there are immediate, cost-effective steps organizations can take to improve energy efficiency and safety at their sites to meet mounting pressure from consumers and investors. 

Adopting energy efficient LED lighting to replace outdated fixtures is one simple but effective way for companies to improve their ESG practices. LED lighting reduces energy consumption and maintenance costs over time while keeping workers safe.

Dialight PLC is the world leader in LED industrial lighting technology with millions of LED fixtures installed worldwide. Dialight’s LED products are providing the next generation of lighting solutions that deliver reduced energy consumption and create a safer working environment.

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