Actually, energy recovery isn’t a new thing for us. We’ve applied it in our factories since the 1980s. The heat expelled by our starch dryers is used to heat the air coming into the dryer. But in the new drum dryer facility, we’ve developed a more cohesive system. We have kilometers of pipes linked to an accumulator tank containing 100 m3 of water. This accumulates the heat from various energy producers in our systems, which is then used in different places in the process. We have also developed a hot water network where flash heat from condensation of steam in the drum dryers is recycled. This is energy that would otherwise go straight up through the chimney and onto the roof among the crows. Now we let out very little energy for the crows, so they’ll have to go and warm themselves elsewhere! But what’s truly unique is that we also recover low temperature heat from the drum dryers. The extract air is only about 40°C, but we use this energy to heat all the incoming air to the drum dryers, the new dryer facility plus the starch slurry that needs to be preheated before chemical modification. During my time in the industry, I’ve visited many drum dryer facilities all over the world, but I’ve never seen any other system recover low-value energy from the drum dryers. It’s completely unique!