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Bacardi Good Spirited: Nothing Goes to Waste in Making Tequila CAZADORES

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As Bacardi continues to build a more sustainable future, learn how nothing goes to waste in the production process at its tequila distillery in the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico, with its new 100% biomass-fueled boiler.

To learn more about Bacardi Limited and its “Good Spirited: Building a Sustainable Future” environmental initiative for sourcing, packaging and operational efficiencies across the entire Bacardi family of premium spirits brands, visit http://www.bacardilimited.com/good-spirited.

It Starts From Within: Bacardi Launches Internal “No-Straw” Movement

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It may seem like a small thing, but single use plastic straws have a big environmental footprint. In fact, more than 175 billion straws are filtered into landfills and litter the oceans each year – and plastic straws rank no. 5 on the list of the top 10 items collected in the ocean, according to The Last Plastic Straw.

Bacardi Wants You to "Hold the Straw" with Your Next Drink

by Katherine Martinko
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Plastic disposable straws are a tremendous source of pollution, with the equivalent of 125 school buses being filled daily with trashed straws in the USA. Bacardi wants people to refuse straws outright and has made several of its venues straw-free.

Bacardi's 'No-Straw' Movement Aims to Reduce Plastic Straw Waste

by Katherine Pendrill
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Bacardi recently initiated the 'No-Straw' movement as a means of combating plastic straw waste. Plastic straws are directly linked to the spirits market, meaning Bacardi's drinks are often served with plastics straws that will eventually end up in landfills. This initiative aims to reduce waste by asking consumers to say no to plastic straws at the bar and at home.

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Watch the Bacardi Good Spirited Sustainability Story

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Watch (and share) the Bacardi Limited Good Spirited sustainability story. Learn about the Bacardi commitments to building a more sustainable future across operations, packaging and responsible sourcing. And learn how you can commit to make a difference.

Learn more about Bacardi's Good Spirited programs here.

Be Bacardi Good Spirited: Add "No Straw, Please" to Your Drink Order

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Did you know that straws and stirrers are among the most common pieces of trash in our oceans? Bacardi Trade Advocacy Director Ian McLaren shares how you can do your Good Spirited part by adding “no straw, please” to your cocktail order.

Bacardi Good Spirited: Tips for a More Sustainable Office

Reduce office energy use and costs with these green tips
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As Bacardi continues to build a more sustainable future, check out these simple tips for a more sustainable office. Through these tips, Bacardi can reduce office energy use and costs.

​To learn more about Bacardi Limited and its “Good Spirited: Building a Sustainable Future” environmental initiative for sourcing, packaging and operational efficiencies across the entire Bacardi family of premium spirits and wine brands, visit http://www.bacardilimited.com/good-spirited

Bacardi Initiates a ‘No-Straw’ Movement to Reduce Waste

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Hamilton, Bermuda, March 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of World Water Day today, Bacardi announces it has launched an in-house initiative to remove straws and stirrers in cocktails at company events.

Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery Showcases History & Sustainability

Newly renovated distillery offers visitors spirited insights into past and present innovations
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Hamilton, Bermuda, November 17, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Steeped in history and nestled in the heart of the Scottish Highlands is a recently refurbished heritage center for John Dewar & Sons’ DEWAR’S® Aberfeldy Distillery.

Bacardi Recognized for Environmental Excellence by Wildlife Habitat Council

BACARDÍ rum bottling facility in Jacksonville, Florida, earns Wildlife at Work recertification for environmental stewardship program, biodiversity initiatives
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BALTIMORE, November 13, 2015 /3BL Media/ — Employees at Bacardi Bottling Corporation, part of the Bacardi group of companies, received international recognition for their contributions to wildlife habitat conservation and education at the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) Conservation Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, on November 12. Bacardi once again demonstrated its commitment to environmental stewardship by achieving Wildlife at Work recertification.

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