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Energy Management & HVAC Thirsty for


something more?


Mars Drinks™


it comes to energy efficient vending machines. www.klix.co.uk


sets an enviable standard when


When it comes to vending machines, you would be forgiven for expecting them to guzzle copious amounts of energy. Active and operational 24/7 in many facilities, the levels of electricity needed to keep these machines alive soon starts to add up. And let’s face it, a facility without caffeine, it doesn’t bear thinking about!


Mars Drinks™ to ensuring their KLIX®


is extremely committed and FLAVIA®


vending machines are as sustainable and energy efficient as possible. Maintaining a sustainable organisation is at the heart of Mars Drinks™


’ ethos


in order to ensure that they are well placed to produce effective office coffee machines that assist its customers in managing their energy efficiency and reduce their carbon footprint.


Beyond vending... Mars Drinks™


is working hard to become


more energy efficient across the whole of the UK business. To achieve this,


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a number of energy conservation features have been introduced into the head office in Basingstoke and have many more initiatives in the pipeline. These latest innovations include passive infrared sensors in the ladies and gentlemen’s WCs, lux sensitive lights in the roof garden and card activated power in the main meeting rooms. In addition, there are now energy monitors at 95 points across the office, drinks factory and annexe.


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