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Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages Emphasizes Sustainability

September 6, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages is emphasizing sustainability with its new $250 million Northpoint bottling plant in Houston. CCSB is the first U.S. bottler to use recycled plastic in half of every new bottle it produces, and the bottles themselves are 100% recyclable. The Northpoint facility is powered by renewable energy and operates as a zero-waste facility. The company has also reduced water consumption during the bottling process to 2.7 liters of water for each liter of product to 1.3 liters. Wastewater from the bottling process is recaptured via drains installed on the factory floor, and rainwater is gathered for landscaping operations.
Erica Grieder, "Sustainability — and community — are top priorities at new Coca-Cola bottling facility", HoustonChronicle.com , September 06, 2022, © Hearst
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