A BURTON-based brewing giant has revealed that it has been commended for its excellent sustainability performance.
Molson Coors, based in High Street, revealed that it had been included in the Sustainability Yearbook 2014 for the second year running.
“We’re proud to be included in the Sustainability Yearbook 2014.
“This recognition underscores the priority we place on driving sustainability improvements and letting our shareholders and stakeholders know how we’re doing,” said Peter Swinburn, president of Molson Coors.
“We describe our impact on people, communities and the environment as ‘Our Beer Print’.
“Increasingly, we realise the importance our retail customers and brand consumers place on our positive ‘Beer Print’.”
In 2012, the company announced ambitious new long-term targets to achieve further reductions - 25 percent in energy intensity, 15 percent in greenhouse gas intensity and 20 percent in water per unit of production by the year 2020.
The Sustainability Yearbook looks back at companies’ sustainability performance in 2013 and ranks them as gold, silver or bronze - the firm has been handed gold.
More information is available online at ww.OurBeerPrint.com