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Sustainable Equipment Doesn’t Have to Cost the Earth

"Operating sustainably is no longer just an afterthought for caterers, it’s now the responsibility of us all."

Sustainable Equipment Doesn’t Have to Cost the Earth

Hobart Warewash is urging operators who feel that cost is a barrier to operating sustainably to think again. Following on from research* released this week suggesting that 50% of end users blame cost for not buying greener equipment, the manufacturer has launched a package of flexible finance deals, helping sites to realise their sustainability ambitions without breaking the bank.

Offering end users the chance to spread the cost of innovative, energy smart machines and manage cash flow more effectively, the new packages - a 3/5 year contract rental, extended 18/24 interest-free option and pre-existing 12-month deal - are available on all equipment, tabling and installation. Crucially, because Hobart is the sole lender and not a broker, the manufacturer is able to approve 99% of all applicants, first time.

Tim Bender, Sales Director, Hobart Warewashing UK comments: "Operating sustainably is no longer just an afterthought for caterers, it’s now the responsibility of us all.  Doing so can bring serious financial rewards in the form of lower water and energy costs, less machine downtime and greater operational longevity. The new report suggests that as a base consideration, price is still the biggest barrier to purchase; we’re here to tell operators that, when it comes to kitchen equipment and being green, cost should never be an obstacle. I urge any outlet concerned that they can’t achieve the machine they require for the job in hand, to contact us at gogreenwithhobart@hobartuk.com or tweet #gogreen to @HobartUKWW and we’ll come back with a solution. We’re supremely confident there is an option to suit every business.”

From thriving independent businesses through to high street giants, Hobart continues to help hospitality businesses reach their sustainability goals through its class-leading range of machines.

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