Wildlife Garden in Manor Mill Meadow

As part of our health and wellbeing program, Sulzer Pumps UK maintains a 4’900 m2 garden with the aim of providing employees with a space where they can reconnect with nature and spend time in a nearby area that is mindfulness prone. All 470 employees have access to the garden. In 2021, we installed additional benches upon recommendations from employees. The benches were made of waste wood and the remaining chippings were used to pave the paths.

Wildlife garden in Manor Mill Meadow
6 species of trees and shrubs, 4 beehives and 28 rare or endangered species make the garden a biotope as well as a place of wellbeing.
In the course of 2021, we have also made improvements to foster biodiversity in our wildlife garden. We have planted a butterfly garden, with six species of trees and shrubs that are important nutritive plants for local butterflies. Two more beehives were installed, so that the garden now has a total of four beehives. A large natural pond adds living space for insects and birds. For our human visitors to the garden, we extended the footpath. Overall, we were able to count 28 rare or endangered species in the garden. The new areas of the garden are still establishing their biotopes and more species are expected to settle in.

Sulzer technology decarbonizes the power sector

Sulzer technology decarbonises the power sector

SaskPower’s Boundary Dam Unit 3 is a 115 MW coal-fired power unit located in Saskatchewan, Canada and using a carbon capture system with internals and packing from Sulzer.


Up to 90% direct capture of CO2 emissions

This enables the direct capture of up to 90% of the CO2 emissions. In total, 4,256,840 tons of CO2 have been captured and sequestered since start-up (source: SaskPower Blog - BD3 Status Update: January 2022 saskpower.com.).

The captured CO2 is sent deep underground to enhance oil recovery (EOR) given the important oil & gas fields present in the region. It utilizes CO2 to maximize the removal of oil from reservoirs. Some CO2 is also permanently sequestered in a deep saline aquifer at the Petroleum Technology Research Centre (PTRC)’s Aquistore facility. As the world needs to decarbonize its main emitting processes, namely power, to reach net zero by 2050, disused coal fired plants could address the needs by retrofitting the existing plants with Sulzer technologies.

Enabling circularity

Chemtech India, circularity

96% recyclability through circularity

In Chemtech India and China, our teams focused on minimizing the waste generation through an optimized and long-lasting quality assurance process jointly developed with our metal suppliers. During the operations, actions on standardizing the design led to less off-cuts and falls-off. All of them were either reprocessed in our own operations or sent to our suppliers to be remelt and recycled for the next batches. This means that ultimately, more than 96% of the supplied metal ends in our final products that are themselves recyclable. This was achievable thanks to a long relationship with our supplier and the strong engagement of our operational excellence teams to optimize our processes.

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