Apatin Brewery announces several projects by the end of the year that will have a strong impact on increasing the use of green energy, but also respect for the principles of the circular economy
This year’s World Environment Day saw employees of Apatin Brewery plant Canadian maple trees along the promenade near Belgrade’s Ušće Confluence, in the area around the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Apatin Brewery celebrated World Environment Day by planting Canadian maple trees in the Serbian capital. As a responsible company, Apatin Brewery is focused on issues that it can have the greatest impact on across two key pillars: People and Planet. What does that really mean? If we care about people, water, climate, and packaging, we will protect our planet and leave it healthier for future generations.
One of the most recent activities to this end was the aforementioned marking of World Environment Day in a unique way. The magnificent Canadian maple trees planted by the company’s employees in the beautiful area around the Museum of Contemporary Art, alongside the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, has enriched this promenade with these new trees that will attract everyone with their recognizable copper-red leaves.
Apatin Brewery’s employees came by bicycle to the tree-planting event – organized by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, with the support of the ‘Plant Your Own Shade’ organization and other responsible companies and organizations – thereby strengthening the message they sought to convey about impacting on environmental protection issues.
According to the company itself, “Apatin Brewery cares about the protection of the environment and continuously and systematically implements activities that support the green transition and a sustainable future. Today we came by bicycle to plant trees, and we are proud to continue the tradition of cooperation with the organization ‘Plant Your Own Shade’ and the Serbian Chamber of Commerce & Industry. What we can announce from our side is several projects by the end of the year, which also have a strong impact on increasing the use of green energy and respect for the principles of the circular economy.”