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Both in production and the ageing process, Käserei Studer in eastern Switzerland, which manufactures cheese specialities such as Der Scharfe Maxx, sets great store by sustainable solutions. One of the energy sources it uses is the sun. In the warmer months, the plant’s own photovoltaic array produces some of the energy needed to cool the ageing facility.

Wood chips are the second sustainable energy source. A recycling company collects scrap wood from building sites in the region and delivers this in the form of chips to Hatswil. Käserei Studer and a neighbouring business use the energy produced from this source. This prevents a total of 630 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.

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A recycling company collects scrap wood from building sites in the region and delivers this in the form of chips to Hatswil. This prevents a total of 630 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.

Marcel Meier,

Production manager Käserei Studer

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