Glenfiddich Is Fuelling Its Lorries on Whisky Waste

Glenfiddich, the Scottish distillery is seeing green. Converting its delivery lorries to fuel made from its own production waste, Glenfiddich is the perfect example of a sustainable, closed-circuit solution. More than ten years of research have gone into becoming a pioneer of renewable energy in the company’s business sector – meaning it can offer expertise in the field and provide inspiration to other producers.

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