Brecon Carreg has retained Ethical Accreditation for the 4th successive year and receives a high-ranking Ethical Company Index score of 89 in the latest Bottled Water research update on The Good Shopping Guide.
Brecon Carreg began 40 years ago as a cottage industry, in converted barns on Llwyndewi Farm in Wales and continues to operate as a close-knit team with a genuine passion for the countryside that produces their pure and natural water.
The company is committed to being a sustainable, environmentally and community focused natural mineral water producer.
In 2018 Brecon
Carreg proudly won Responsible
Business of the Year at the BITC Awards.
company is involved in a number of community-based environmental projects,
Refuel Recycle’ which
highlights the importance of recycling to runners and spectators at a number of
high profile running events across Wales plus the company has recently installed around 50,000
bees as part of a biodiversity project
near the Brecon Carreg source.
Carreg wants to see any
negative environmental impact from single use plastic become a thing of the
past and has co-funded an independent initiative convened by The
University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, which aims to
develop an ambitious vision and road-map to eliminate plastic packaging waste
from drinks containers in the UK.
Further information about Brecon Carreg's environmental projects can be found here.