Mars Wrigley installs biomass boiler in Antipolo factory

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Mars Wrigley has installed a new biomass boiler into its Antipolo factory in the Philippines.
The organisation said the new boiler reduces the plant’s carbon emissions by approximately 679 tons.
It also allows the Antipolo factory to stop using diesel for thermal energy, and transition to utilising rice husk as feedstock - which are sourced from local farmers.
“At Mars Wrigley, our purpose is to inspire moments of everyday happiness. To achieve this, we need a healthy planet where people can thrive. This is why we are proud to introduce a thermal renewable energy source to our plant making our daily operations more sustainable so people can enjoy our products knowing they are made with the environment in mind,” said Fernando del Castillo, Mars Wrigley Antipolo factory director.

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