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Molson Coors Reduces Water Consumption 0.6% in 2016

Molson Coors Reduces Water Consumption 0.6% in 2016

Molson Coors was able to reduce water consumption by 0.6% in 2016 and announced plans to improve water-use efficiency by 22% by 2025. The company’s water strategy focuses on working with farmers on water conservation, improving soil health and biodiversity, and advancing water restoration efforts in its watersheds. The company … Read more »

MillerCoors Reduces Water Use by 17%, Battles Risk with These 3 Strategies

MillerCoors Reduces Water Use by 17%, Battles Risk with These 3 Strategies

MillerCoors used new tools and irrigation initiatives, along with increased brewing efficiencies, that helped the brewing giant reduce its water consumption by 15 billion gallons in 2016, the company announced today. Wet weather also contributed to the 2016 reduction, the company acknowledged. MillerCoors used 16.9% less water compared to 2015 – … Read more »

Landfill-Free: Don’t Just Say It, Prove It

Landfill-Free: Don’t Just Say It, Prove It

By NSF INTERNATIONAL An increasing number of organizations are claiming landfill-free (or zero waste to landfill) status or establishing goals to get there. Many are taking the extra step of verifying their claim with an independent third party. Why is verification valuable when so many others just issue a press … Read more »

How MillerCoors Plans to Shrink Its Water-to-Beer Ratio by 2020

You can’t brew beer without water, says MillerCoors’ director of sustainability Kim Marotta. That’s one of the reasons why the second largest brewer in the US takes its water management commitments so seriously. Miller Coors’ 2020 goal is to reduce its average water-to-beer ratio across all major breweries to 3.0:1.0, … Read more »

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MillerCoors Achieves Landfill-Free Operations at all Major Breweries

All of MillerCoors’ major breweries are now landfill-free, with the Fort Worth Brewery as the latest site to recycle or reuse all of its waste. The Fort Worth Brewery in Texas reduced waste by 66 percent in 2015 compared to 2014. The brewery’s sustainability employee council led education initiatives throughout … Read more »

MillerCoors Hits Zero-Landfill Target at Milwaukee Campus

MillerCoors Hits Zero-Landfill Target at Milwaukee Campus

MillerCoors announced that its Milwaukee-based brewery and corporate offices are landfill-free. To reach the goal, MillerCoors eliminated 65 tons of waste that was previously sent to the landfill each month. This is the first brewery-office campus within MillerCoors to achieve landfill-free operations. The Milwaukee brewery is the seventh of the … Read more »

MillerCoors Partnership to Benefit Great Lakes

As part of its continued efforts to more effectively manage its water use and ensure the availability of clean, high-quality water, MillerCoors has partnered with the nonprofit Alliance for the Great Lakes. For every case of 12-ounce cans sold this summer in select states, Coors Light will donate 25 cents … Read more »

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Beer Wastewater Converted to Fish, Animal Feed

The MillerCoors Trenton Brewery in Ohio has partnered with biotechnology company Nutrinsic to convert wastewater from the beer-making process into fish and animal feed, the Dayton Daily News reports. Nutrinsic has built a processing plant — it’s first in the US — at MillerCoors’ water reclamation facility in Butler County. Nutrinsic’s process, … Read more »

Major Brands Waste $11.4B per Year through Poor Packaging Policies

KFC, MillerCoors, Kraft Foods, and other large brands are wasting valuable materials through poor packaging sustainability policies, to the tune of $11.4 billion a year, according to a new study from As You Sow and the Natural Resources Defense Council. The report, which looked at the packaging practices of 47 … Read more »

Six Steps for Managing Water Risks, Opportunities

In its 2014 Global Risks report, the World Economic Forum identified water crises as one of the risks of highest concern. For businesses, it is important to understand operational and market contexts to manage water risk and leverage opportunity, according to The Guardian. Businesses can manage water resources with a … Read more »