at Love Brewing
Here at Love Brewing we try our utmost to keep our carbon footprint low whilst also implementing our own environmentally friendly working procedures and also work closely with all our suppliers to help reduce their carbon footprint.
Darren Byrne - General Manager
Love Brewing packing boxes
We endeavour to reuse all boxes that come into our warehouse from our many suppliers to reduce potential wastage. Recycle normally, with your general cardboard waste.
Love Brewing’s own product boxes
All our Wineworks, Beerworks and Ciderworks boxes are made with recycled cardboard. Recycle normally, with your general cardboard waste.
Love Brewing’s own Packing boxes
Our large boxes, bucket boxes and Love Brewing branded packing boxes are all made from recycled cardboard. Recycle normally, with your general cardboard waste.
Any boxes we can’t re use we recycle by breaking them down in our cardboard shredder and we use this shred to pack and secure most or our items that our customers order.
Postage bags - Recycle as you would supermarket carrier bags.
Postage Brown envelopes - Recycle normally, with your general cardboard waste.
Bubble wrap - Used to apply further protection to your product. Recycle as you would supermarket carrier bags.
Where possible Love Brewing reduces the use of plastic and replaces this with recycled cardboard.
Love Brewing are constantly engaging with our suppliers to help them cut down their own carbon footprint use of plastic materials.
Our delivery company also have a number of green schemes: https://green.dpd.co.uk/
Love Brewing will always look to use recycled materials where possible but are also looking at our partners to help implement this with us as well as for themselves and we will look to refuse using anything that maybe potentially damaging to the environment where sustainable and cost effective measure could be used instead.
If we can all start working together by doing our own little bit, we will help get the carbon net emissions down to Zero by the governments 2050 target.
To help manage your own carbon footprint why not check out the below link to see how your day to day lives impact the environment… it’s a real eye opener.