Lawler Sustainability worked with SuperValu stores throughout Ireland such as the SuperValu store in Ratoath, Co. Meath to secure EXEED grant funding and to help the company to improve energy efficiency.
SuperValu Ratoath – Energy Audit
After an energy and conditional audit of the building and its mechanical and electrical systems, Lawler Sustainability made a number of recommendations that if implemented would allow SuperValu Ratoath to increase the efficiency of the heating and ventilation system in the store.
Our advice included upgrading the control systems on the store’s heating and cooling, modifying the boiler house, upgrading the extraction fan controls, and more.
Following upgrade works to the heating and ventilation, we estimate that the store will save 16% on heating costs per annum. Additional electrical savings we also made by controlling ventilation to required standards.
SuperValu’s CSR Strategy
Lawler Sustainability is also engaged in an ongoing service agreement with multiple SuperValu stores to help the supermarket chain achieve its goals of reducing carbon emissions and improving its overall sustainability strategy.
First beginning MEP upgrade work at the SuperValu store in Tramore, Co. Waterford, our team has continued to perform energy upgrades on SuperValu stores across the country.
This work has helped the brand to scale the sustainability branch of its CSR strategy and uphold its positive reputation of giving back to the communities in which they operate.