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Going green is nothing new to big industries, with international pledged to reduce carbon footprints and reduce wastage as well as penalties for businesses who do not meet their targets industry bosses have a good reason to keep environmental agencies happy. Although despite their efforts we the public still see all too many examples of industries failing to meet these criteria prompting concern as to whether companies are but paying lip service to them. Certainly whisky companies are no different with Scotland’s largest independent bottling plant becoming the subject of harsh criticism after inadvertently polluting a local river with over 5,000 litres of whisky.

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