Coca-Cola promises to cut carbon in Northern Ireland

A Northern Irish Coca-Cola bottler has signed a ‘prosperity agreement’ with the Northern Ireland Environment Agency pledging to improve its operations in return for minimised enforcement

by Isabella Kaminski
Coca-Cola's Northern Ireland bottling plant promises to cut its carbon emissions. Photograph: Mike Mozart/Flickr
Coca-Cola's Northern Ireland bottling plant promises to cut its carbon emissions. Photograph: Mike Mozart/Flickr

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