By 2030, the aim is for the furnace to produce up to 200 million net zero bottles of Smirnoff, Captain Morgan, Gordon’s and Tanqueray.
Made from 94% recycled paperboard, the bottle is not only five times lighter than a normal glass bottle, but its carbon footprint is six times lower and its water footprint is four times lower.
The investment forms part of Pilgrim’s UK becoming a net zero business by 2030.
The C-Range of compostable bio-plastic packaging has similar properties and look and feel to conventional plastic.
The dairy industry can improve in many areas including waste, and in tackling a global challenge, where 80 per cent of agricultural land is used to produce animal feed.
LanzaTech-Danone consortium discovers method to produce sustainable PET bottles from captured carbon
Proof of concept for direct production of monoethylene glycol (MEG), a key building block in sustainable PET production, completed at lab scale.
2022 sees Elephant Gin advance towards a net zero carbon emissions target with the unveiling of a new eco bottle.
One of the UK’s largest potato crisp manufacturers, Tyrrells, has taken its latest step in a continued sustainability drive by converting its energy supply to liquefied natural gas (LNG).
The benefits and potential of combined heat and power (CHP) technology are being increasingly recognised by UK food and beverage manufacturers post-pandemic, according to a new survey by Aggreko.
Bühler Group and Belgian technology supplier Vyncke are offering integrated solutions with which biomass side stream products are transformed into clean process energy.
Air Products has launched an interactive, online tool that enables food manufacturers to assess which packaging provides the best solution to minimising food waste and reducing the carbon footprint of a product.