Gambrinus Brewery stopped selling beer in PET bottles on 1 January 2020, reducing plastic production by 334 tons per year
Carlsberg Group's Fredericia brewery in Denmark was selected as a test site for its first “Total Water Recycling Plant” which will reduce the average water consumption at the brewery from the already low current level of 2.9 hl of water/hl of beer to 1.4 hl of water/hl of beer.
Three Polish breweries, operated by Kompania Piwowarska, will use 100% renewable electricity from Innogy to cover their power needs as of January 2021.
Another important step forward towards sustainability has been taken by our business in Italy. Birra Peroni switches now to electricity supplied 100% from renewable sources.
Over the last 10 years, the Radegast brewery has invested tens of millions of CZK to reduce water consumption. In 2018, Radegast reached a historic milestone because it needed only 2.51 hl of water (251 liters) to produce 1 hl (100 liters) of beer.
The short chain: valorising by-products in order to avoid food losses
The wind turbine supplies since the first week of October 2020 the bottling line of the Trappist brewery
For local people to combat climate change, in collaboration with Natuurpunt Limburg
At Roskilde Festival in 2019, Tuborg replaced over 1 million one-way plastic cups with sustainable cups that can be used up to 25 times, complete with collection and washing for re-use.
Carlsberg Group is developing the world’s first fully biodegradable wood-fiber bottle for beverages
Made by Grolsch for Kornuit, a beer crate entirely from plastic consumer waste.
Grolsch introduced new cardboard packaging for cans instead of plastics.
Proving to consumers and producers that wastewater solutions can work for the future