Bacardi being honoured for habitat conservation

The WHC awarded Bacardi for its environmental conservation work at the Bombay Sapphire distillery, recognizing efforts like wildflower planting and building aquatic wildlife passages. This site, along with Bacardi’s locations in Puerto Rico and Jacksonville, Florida, showcases the company's commitment to protecting and enhancing natural habitats.

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Bacardi being honoured for habitat conservation

The Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) has recognised Bacardi with an award for its work to protect the river running through its Bombay Sapphire gin distillery.

The Bacardi team invests in conservation work to support local wildlife and biodiversity around the home of its Bombay Sapphire gin. On the banks of the River Test – an area which has held the Site of Special Scientific Interest status since 1991 wildflowers have been planted and fish and eel passes have also been constructed to allow for greater movement of river life.

The Bombay Sapphire distillery joins other sites from the company’s portfolio in securing the WHC certification. Bacardi’s distillery in Puerto Rico, which is the largest premium rum distillery in the world and the home of the world’s most awarded rum Bacardi, and the Bacardi Bottling Corporation site in Jacksonville, Florida, have previously earned WHC certifications.