'A truly momentous occasion for glass': Diageo produces glass whisky bottles in waste-powered furnaces

Cecilia Keating
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Black & White Scotch whisky is is popular in global export markets, according to Diageo
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Black & White Scotch whisky is is popular in global export markets, according to Diageo

Drinks giant claims biofuel furnaces tested in trial will reduce carbon footprint of glass manufacturing by 90 per cent and thus boost sustainability of its “grain-to-glass” supply chain

Hundreds of thousands of bottles of Black & White Scotch have been produced in furnaces powered by waste in a pioneering trial that could set a fresh standard for low carbon glass bottle production...

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