Budweiser Brewing Group opens London HQ to celebrate World Environment Day
David Rutley MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, has opened the new London headquarters of Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I.
Located in the new Bureau building on Fetter Lane, Farringdon, the working space brings together three previously separate offices and 250 employees to give business partners, customers and stakeholders one central hub in which to connect and collaborate across the top four floors of the Bureau building.
The state-of-the-art space also has a rooftop bar serving all the group’s brands.
David Rutley MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, said: “From sourcing 100 per cent renewable electricity to working to tackle the scourge of plastic pollution head on, this brewer is seeking to set the bar high by ensuring its products are delivered to the highest sustainability standards.”
As part of its commitment to sustainability, the business is also working towards several ambitions, including: Budweiser will soon be brewed with 100 per cent renewable electricity. The brand also aims to use 100 per cent British barley.
Paula Lindenberg, president of Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I, added: “Sustainability is at the heart of what we do and we welcome the recognition by Defra and the Minister of our work to make an environmental difference.
“It is important for us to bring people together and in an office which meets our sustainability goals. We are committed to water stewardship and ensuring environmental and energy efficiency and are proud that this commitment has been recognised today.”
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