Wiley’s Peter Finnie, Peter Thomson, Brandon Miller with Jonathan Pooch (DETA Consulting)

Wiley’s Peter Finnie, Peter Thomson, Brandon Miller with Jonathan Pooch (DETA Consulting)

Wiley NZ’s Peter Thomson (second from right) suggests there are ways New Zealand’s red meat companies can help meet government’s ambitious zero carbon targets. “It involves solar gas, biogas, high-efficiency heat pumps and practices as simple as closing the door to one’s cold store,” he says. Thomson is also pictured with Wiley colleagues (left to right) Peter Finnie, Brandon Miller and Jonathan Pooch of DETA Consulting. Milmeq’s food processing design and engineering division was bought by Australian family-owned project delivery company Wiley earlier this year.

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