||Here are some tips:
Turn off equipment whenever possible
Leaving equipment on to idle uses energy, turn off your equipment during downtimes based on your operation and create an energy saving shut down plan for closing.
Ensuring your staff is appropriately trained on the equipment they are using will ensure equipment is being utilized to its full efficiency.
Examine your Cooking Methods
By looking at your menu, determine what items could be cooked on more energy efficient equipment and eliminate the use of those pieces of equipment that create energy waste.
|Maintenance and Repair
Having your equipment serviced regularly can eliminate energy waste by identifying potential energy wasting problems early.
Utilizing manufacturer parts can help reduce energy waste as they are made specifically to fit your equipment.
Ensure that your thermostats and control systems are in proper working order, check them often to ensure correct cooking temperatures to reduce energy loss.
Seals and Gaskets
Checks all door seals on a regular basis and replace worn out seals promptly to reduce energy loss.