30 Years of Recycling at Anheuser-Busch

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Budweiser CansIn 1978, Anheuser-Bush started a recycling program to make sure that their beer cans wouldn’t end up in landfills across America. The number of aluminum beer cans they’ve recycled since then: 460 billion! Anheuser-Bush, the parent company of the likes of Budweiser and Michelob to name a few, is proud to promote recycling to their customers, and want to expand their recycling actions into communities in the future. In order to celebrate their achievements and future goals, they’ve launched two site: The Power of Recycling and Our Pledge. These two sites are meant to keep people up to date with the environmental actions of Anheuser-Busch. So, why not celebrate their 460 million recycled cans this weekend with 6 of your own. 

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