A bright future is ahead for glass, thanks to a serious focus on innovation, the environment, and sustainability, at the industry’s annual prestige awards ceremony at the Millennium Gallery in Sheffield. (Thurs 22 November).
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A wide-ranging, all-staff initiative at its Doncaster plant saw the Ardagh Group win the Glass Focus Award 2017 for Health and Safety Action – sponsored by Flexion Global.
Enviroglass Melting – a research project supported by the British Glass’ Energy and Environment Committee – is calling for input from industry to help it transform waste, such as banana skins and seashells, into an economically and environmentally viable model for sustainable glass production.
Two British Glass members, Diageo and the Ardagh Group, have been given a high rating from the CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project).
The Ardagh Group has unveiled a new 187ml single-serve glass wine bottle as part of their expanding single-serve portfolio.
Ardagh Group’s Doncaster plant has a large, predominantly male workforce, producing glass bottles and jars for major consumer brands, all year round. With increasing public awareness around mental health, and particularly men’s mental health, Ardagh Group has launched a wellbeing initiative in a move toward a happier, healthier and more productive workforce.