Radnor support DP World Tour sustainability drive.
Radnor is playing its part to support the DP World Tour in its sustainability drive.
Our canned spring water has been chosen to refresh players, caddies and marshalls at this week’s Betfred British Masters, hosted by Sir Nick Faldo.
Specially branded storage containers filled with our infinitely recyclable cans will be available inside the rope area during the event, which is being held at The Belfry in Sutton Coldfield between 29 June and 2 July.
It is the second year we have worked with the tour, and we are delighted to be supporting them with their Green Drive sustainability strategy. They are the first professional golf Tour to commit to being net carbon zero by 2040.
Keith Pelley, Chief Executive of the DP World Tour, said: “We are working hard to reduce our emissions by 50% by 2030, and to be fully net zero carbon by 2040. That is no mean feat for a truly global Tour such as ours and we are including fan produced emissions in this target.
“This means we must find innovative ways to bring our fans along with us in this journey and encourage them to choose cleaner ways to watch live golf – be that through choosing greener transport options, recycling when on site, or eating sustainably produced food.”
At Radnor, we are very aware of our environmental responsibilities, and we work with all our stakeholders to create a cleaner and greener future.
We are proud to be a zero to landfill site (we have sent zero waste to landfill since 2018), that our cans are infinitely recyclable, all our bottles are 100% recyclable and our Tetra Pak range is straw free and made from FSC sustainable paperboard.
By the end of 2023, 21% of our factory will be powered by the sun thanks to our new solar farm.