Optimization of Pillard products lifecycle
The fight against Global warming, the depletion of the ozone layer, acid rain, air and ocean pollution, as well as the treatment of hazardous waste are among the major environmental challenges for the preservation of our planet.
Based on its experience in the industrial sector, Fives Pillard has always invested in innovation and R&D to meet these major challenges by offering cutting-edge technologies in the field of industrial combustion.
Fives Pillard has developped new technologies that support its commitment to preserve the environment and ecosystems. Indeed, its range of ultra-low NOx burners for boilers can divide the production of nitrogen oxides by 5 compared to current regulations, while its cement plant burners enable the replacement of conventional fossil fuels by alternative fuels from reconditioned waste or biomass.
To go further, Fives Pillard, with its ISO 14001 certification, has been implementing the life cycle analysis method for its products for almost 5 years. This tool is the most advanced in terms of global and multi-criteria evaluation of impacts on the natural environment, making it possible to measure the effects of the products on the environment.
This multi-criteria approach makes it possible to quantify the levels of consumption of natural resources and energy, the production of discharges and emissions into the air, water and soil, and also provides a waste management model from the design stage.
At each stage of the product life cycle, the various indicators of potential environmental impact provide our clients with an additional criterion of choice when purchasing products, enabling them to reduce the impact of their activities on the environment and preserve natural resources.
In the continuity of its positioning and its permanent desire for technological innovation, Fives Pillard's ambition is to bring to market the first ultra-low NOx burner 100% hydrogen (sub 50mg/Nm3 @ 3% O2 dry), allowing it to be part of the industry's national and international strategy of decarbonation, in order to accelerate the development of new energy sources.