Thursday, 26 September 2019
Molson Coors just announced its plan to increase recycling and reduce plastic waste as part of a bigger plan to reduce carbon emissions...
The project is part of a bigger plan that aims to, by 2025, reduce carbon emissions by 26%, as well as make all of their packaging completely reusable, biodegradable or compostable.
The brewing company also aims to include 30% recycled content in their packaging production and actively participate in developing recycling solutions.
The project is deemed ambitious enough to meet the 1.5°C pathway, recently announced by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Throughout the years, Molson Coors has been and still is supportive of various initiatives that aim to promote environmentally-friendly solutions.
One of their products, Colorado Native craft beer, was the first of the beer giant’s product to test plastic-free six-pack rings. On top of that, by the end of 2021, the company aims to remove plastic rings from all its Carling and Coors Light products sold in the UK and replace them with cardboard sleeves.
But the company does not stop here. They have also announced that, by the end of 2020, they will remove plastic film wrap from their UK multipacks and, again, replace them with cardboard.
Molson Coors has an ambitious plan to make its packaging 100% eco-friendly