Lights off at Heineken for Earth Hour

Heineken Malaysia’s Malt Silo before and during Earth Hour 2021

PETALING JAYA: Heineken Malaysia Bhd switched off non-essential lights at its Sungei Way Brewery in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, during Earth Hour 2021 on Saturday.

This was part of its “Brewing a Better World” sustainability strategy.

Since 2014, the brewer of international brands including Heineken, Guinness, Tiger, Anchor, and Apple Fox Cider, has cut carbon emissions in production by 15.2%, reduced electricity consumption by 10%, decreased thermal energy consumption by 21%, and increased usage of renewable biogas by 90%.

Additionally, the group has practised zero waste to landfill since 2017, ensuring all by-product waste from production are recycled.

Heineken Malaysia’s ongoing efforts in sustainability has been recognised for three consecutive years, clinching multiple awards at the Sustainable Business Awards in 2018 and 2019 as well as being named Company of the Year for Manufacturing (Beverage Industry) at the Sustainability & CSR Malaysia Awards from 2018 to 2020.

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