Synergy Grill wins green equipment supplier accreditation from Carbon Trust

Synergy Grill at Mark Hix

Active Food Systems, the manufacturer of the Synergy Grill, has been awarded Accredited Supplier status by the Carbon Trust, making it the first commercial chargrill maker to receive the accolade.

The brand will now be listed as a supplier on the Carbon Trust’s Green Business Directory.

Suppliers accredited by the Carbon Trust are independently assessed using criteria designed to examine capability and a proven track record of delivering thoughtful, well-designed, energy efficient and renewable energy systems.

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Active Food Systems demonstrated this by providing case studies which highlight the quality of projects, combined with client references affirming their satisfaction with completed work.

Richard Ebbs, commercial and marketing director at Active Food Systems, said: “Energy efficiency and sustainability issues are at the very core of Synergy Grill technology and were hugely influential factors during the design process. We are thrilled that Active Food Systems have been accredited by the Carbon Trust to carry out the install of energy efficient grill solutions such as our Synergy Grill; especially as we are the only chargrill manufacturer to be listed on the Green Business Directory.

“This Accreditation further differentiates Synergy Grill Technology from standard chargrill providers, as well as other catering equipment, by combining the already accepted improved food quality, with greater environmental excellence.”

The Synergy Grill uses the latest patented burner technology and natural ceramics which uses on average 59% less gas and produces less CO residue compared to commercial gas grills of a similar size.

The heat capturing ceramic technology ensures that heat is focused directly towards the food, therefore requiring less energy for a cleaner, safer and greener grilling experience.

Unlike conventional chargrills, Synergy Grill technology atomises the fat, thereby eradicating the necessity for a fat tray and the need to dispose of fat waste altogether. This reduces an operator’s contribution to environmental damage caused by fat and grease disposal such as sewage blockages and fatbergs.

The only disposal required with a Synergy Grill is the vacuuming away of carbon dust deposits at the end of each service.

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