Event

De-carbonising Beer

Date and time
Thursday, 8 July 2021
10.00 - 12.00

Location
Online

Moving towards more ethical and sustainable business practises.

This showcase event is for the brewery sector and will explore effective changes you can make to De-carbonise your business operations. The online event is an opportunity for you to talk to us about how we can reduce your carbon footprint.

Why join this event?

You will appreciate that your customers are now, more than ever, aware of carbon reduction, net zero and sustainable business practices and often choose to select products that can demonstrate green credentials. This provides the opportunity to communicate any proactive steps you are taking in terms of green initiatives. Through the event we will help you explore opportunities for effective change so that you can be part of the UK’s commitment to carbon reduction, repositioning the activity of your business for a better future.

You will hear from other businesses in the sector, as they talk about their experience of reducing carbon and the potential uses for waste.

You can also find out about accessing grants designed to bring about carbon reduction, discover where you can make the biggest carbon savings, as well as making savings on energy and water costs.

TimeActivity 
10.00 Introduction to DE-Carbonise
10.20

James Wyse of Wyse Consulting - An experienced environmental professional with a background in the brewing sector, James has some tips and guidance to share on the art of the possible in terms of carbon saving in brewing.

10.40

Chris Gibbons from Ward Recycling talking about the opportunities in terms of waste, reduction and reuse or disposal.

11.00 Art of the possible
11.15 Q&A
A small, isolated city, butterflies fly upwards towards the word De-Carbonise

DE-Caronise Project

The DE-Carbonise project has been created to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) increase their sustainability and save money by reducing energy costs and carbon emissions. The project is a collaboration between the University of Derby, Derby City and Derbyshire County Councils.

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