28 Aug '15, 11am

Scotland office minister toasts bright future for scotch at leading sustainable distillery

Lord Dunlop met a group of Diageo engineering apprentices at the company’s Glendullan Distillery in Speyside where they are forging careers at the heart of the global Scotch Whisky industry. Glendullan is also the location of a recently completed £12million bio energy plant which powers the distillery with sustainable energy. The Minister welcomed Diageo’s investment in creating apprenticeship opportunities and for leading the drive for environmental sustainability in the industry. He said: “This was an excellent opportunity to see at firsthand how Diageo is planning for the future - Its apprenticeship scheme will train the engineers the Scotch whisky industry needs in order to maintain its place as one of Scotland's, and the UK's. “The commitment to powering distilleries like Glendullan with sustainable energy - recycled from the co-products of the whisky-making process -...

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