This development could represent a major challenge to the industry. If water is scarce and people perceive that companies are big users of water, this may become a reputational risk. Another more direct risk is that local authorities could shut of supplies to foreign investment firms or sharply raise the price of water.
You can close the tap now!
cuts your water usage and effluent disposal
from the lubricant process
At a leading brewery in South America, where 63.000 bottles are produced per hour is estimated to save
9 Million litres of water per year
on one of its bottling lines with the help of GlassLube 2.0.
CO2 emissions - Stop global warming
- Heavy downpours, rising temperature and sea level, rapidly retreating glaciers, thawing permafrost, lengthening growing seasons, lengthening ice-free seasons in the ocean and on lakes and rivers, earlier snowmelt, and alterations in river flows will increase 
will reduce your carbon footprint through its significantly reduced processing and effluent impact in comparison with traditional alternatives.
The carbon footprint of Europe's largest soft drinks manufacturing site has been reduced by approximately
200 tonnes of CO2
following the switch to Dry Lube.
Energy - A powerful story
- It is estimated that ever increasing power prices exhibit even more explosive spikes if the anticipated demand climb would outstrip available energy supply. 
Results have shown that Dry Lube reduces conveyor electrical power by
over 7% of
on stainless steel belts.
At a leading Cider producer in the UK approximately
5400 kWh of power
are saved per year at only one of its glass lines.
Safety - Don't risk second rate
- Slips and trips injuries comprise 35% of 'major' injuries in the food and drink industries 
- Most slips (90%) occur when the floor is wet with water or contaminated with food product 
The injury rate in the food and drink industry is above the average for all manufacturing industries. The cost associated to injuries/ lost time accidents is significant.