Delivering BrewDog Tomorrow program

Carbon Architecture are excited to be helping BrewDog deliver their ‘BrewDog Tomorrow’ program. Through this BrewDog aims to be carbon neutral in 24 months. In a recent LinkedIn post by BrewDog co-founder James Watt, he describes Brewdog’s carbon neutral aspirations, including an ambitious target of being carbon neutral in the […]


Minimising Effluent Treatment Impact

A large brewer wanted to reduce their Anaerobic Digestion Effluent Plant steam demand. The site was using 10% of their steam on the preheating demands of the plant worth £215k/year of natural gas. The primary goal was to develop a solution to satisfy the effluent plant heating demand using alternative […]


Reducing Dairy Process Loss

Project Background In a dairy transfer losses can represent 30% to 60% of the total waste cost of the site. In this case, the total product loss to effluent was estimated at £2m per year or 2% based on site mass balance and corroborated with COD load.   What we […]


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Hospitality Energy Best Practice Guide

A new book aimed at saving money in pubs and hotels has been published by the British Beer and Pub Association BBPA and Carbon Architecture Available from Amazon or email us The book ‘Pub and Hospitality – Energy Best Practice Guidelines’ is a hands-on series of practical fact sheets looking at all types […]


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Volac switches from oil to LNG

In 1989 Volac acquired the milk processing site at Felinfach, West Wales. Today, Felinfach produces milk based products for the feed and food markets. The challenge Volac use large oil fired boilers to meet process steam and heating requirements. With ageing plant and a fuel bill of £5M per annum, […]