Water for Hops project aims at finding solutions to secure enough water for future hop production in Saaz region in the Czech Republic.
The innovative OxySteam process can reduce losses from boilers by up to 95%
GreenKayak is an environmental NGO that engages volunteers in the fight against environmental pollution while kayaking. We have proudly sponsored a fleets in three countries since 2018.
In 2020, Carlsberg Group put their commitment to safeguard shared water resources into action – bringing clean water at the turn of a tap to almost 20,000 people in Vietnam
Carlsberg Group is working with Desolenator to bring clean water to a town in West Bengal, protecting the resources we share.
“Refresh and reforest!" is one of the largest reforestation projects organized by a brewer in Romania, awakening beer lovers' desire to do good to the nature.
In the last 5 years Bulgarian brewers have increasingly adopted sustainable brewing practices investing around 30 million EUR in innovative green solutions for improving the eco print of the brewing industry.
Commitment of Belgian brewers on a further increase in the sustainability of their water use
The City of Leuven has been collecting 1 million litres of water since the beginning of June from the Stella Artois brewery
No more plastic, less CO2 emissions.
New WWF tool will help Carlsberg build resilience through better understanding of water risk scenarios
Carlsberg Group will harness the WWF Water Risk Filter to generate water risk scenarios ((Optimistic, Current Trend and Pessimistic) for 2030 and 2050 in order to better understand future water risks and drive more effective corporate action on climate and water resilience.
Heineken has developed three water compensation projects from its Water Balancing program, which contribute to the recovery of natural ecosystems.
This report contains pledges by the Spanish Brewing Sector, quantifying the main indicators at the time of publication and setting targets for 2025.
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.
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.
Proving to consumers and producers that wastewater solutions can work for the future