News

DENMARK: Environmental report a first for Carlsberg

Most popular

Why water has become more important than wine

Should Campari Group be renamed Aperol Group?

just-drinks speaks to A-B InBev CEO Carlos Brito

Stoli Group’s AC/DC Thunderstruck Tequila- Comment

MORE

The first environmental report by Carlsberg Breweries claims that environmental initiatives over the past two years have helped reduce energy and water usage by its breweries. According to the report published this week the total consumption of energy fell to 40.7kWh per hectolitre of beer brewed, from 45.8kWh between 1998/99 and 2000. Consumption of water per hectolitre of beer produced has fallen to 4.8hl/hl from 5.2hl/hl. And emission of Co2 has fallen to 11.4kg/hl from 12.8kg/hl.


Related Content

Global economic upswing fails to drown out risky outlook - World Economic Forum's Global Risks Report 2018 - Part I

Global economic upswing fails to drown out risky outlook - World Economic Forum's Global Risks Repor...

How important is folate intake for reducing breast cancer risk from alcohol consumption? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 202

How important is folate intake for reducing breast cancer risk from alcohol consumption? - Internati...

Consumer demand for environmental efforts reaches fever pitch - Consumer Trends

Consumer demand for environmental efforts reaches fever pitch - Consumer Trends...

Cybersecurity fears deepen as risks intensify - World Economic Forum's Global Risks Report 2018 - Part II

Cybersecurity fears deepen as risks intensify - World Economic Forum's Global Risks Report 2018 - Pa...

Oops! This article is copy protected.

Why can’t I copy the text on this page?

The ability to copy articles is specially reserved for people who are part of a group membership.

How do I become a group member?

To find out how you and your team can copy and share articles and save money as part of a group membership call Sean Clinton on
+44 (0)1527 573 736 or complete this form..



Forgot your password?