SABMiller Sets Sustainability Targets
SABMiller has pledged to reduce the carbon footprint of its entire supply chain from grass to glass by 25 percent per liter of beer, and 50 percent across all breweries, by 2020, against a 2010 baseline.
- Achieve a water efficiency target of 3.0 liters per liter of beer and secure the water supplies it shares with local communities through watershed.
- Measurably improve food security and resource productivity by developing targets by crop and growing region.
- Directly support over half a million small businesses, to help them grow, improve their livelihoods and drive local development.
According to the company’s 2012 sustainability report, SABMiller reduced its water consumption and carbon emissions per hectoliter of lager produced by 5 percent and 10 percent, compared to 2011 levels. The report covers the financial period that ended March 31, 2012.
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