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AB Agri opens new office

4th November 2008

AB Agri has announced the opening of a brand new facility in Peterborough, which could interest those in the market for animal health jobs.

The global company specialises in the food, drink and animal feed sectors, and launched its Low Carbon Office on Friday (October 31st).

Councillor Patricia Nash, who is also the mayor of Peterborough, joined two of AB Agri’s longest-serving employees to officially open the building, which is designed to be as eco-friendly as possible.

The company said all of the materials used to create the structure were 100 per cent recyclable and are aimed at lowering the office’s carbon footprint by including energy-saving properties.

These include opaque low-level glass to reduce the need for artificial lighting, Dyson Airblade hand dryers, which use 80 per cent less energy than their traditional counterparts and condenser units to operate the temperature.

Mayor Nash commented: “The use of technology to reduce energy and water consumption sets the benchmark for others and the work environment is comfortable and friendly.”

AB Agri’s news follows a previous announcement this year that Belfast-based feed millers John Thompson and Sons had agreed to buy the company’s feed milling operations in Knockmore, Lisburn.

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