Belvedere vodka completes Biomass Capture Facility

Belvedere, the world’s first super-premium vodka, opened its biomass capture facility, and announced an accelerated schedule to reduce its energy CO2 emissions: the new facility will start producing 100% renewable energy, and subsequently reduce energy related CO2 emissions by 95% by 2022.

Belvedere was the first spirits distillery to receive a grant from the European Commission to pilot an ambitious biomass capture facility on site.

A significant step forward in the Made With Nature commitments set forth in 2020, the facility will enable the distillery to reduce energy related CO2 emissions by 95% by 2022.

President & CEO of Belvedere Vodka, Rodney Williams, commented on the inaugural opening of the biomass facility by noting that “There is a Chinese proverb that says, ‘a journey of 1000 miles begins with one step.’ (…) This new biomass facility marks a major step (truly leap) forward towards Belvedere making good on our belief that better business practices create a better world” (…)”.


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