Bacardi Limited is "Good Spirited"

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This year marks the 152nd anniversary of the family-owned company, and Bacardi is rolling out Good Spirited: Building a Sustainable Future, an ambitious, global, sustainability campaign. Since the company began tracking its global impacts on the environment in 2006, Bacardi has reduced energy use by more than 25 percent and water use by 54 percent. The company also has launched a number of sustainable projects at some of its 27 manufacturing and bottling facilities around the world. This video from the company highlights some of its efforts.

For more information about Bacardi Ltd.'s sustainability efforts, read "Bacardi Is Pouring Resources into Building a Sustainable Future."

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