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Stuart Watts, a director of Glenfiddich parent company William Grant & Sons, stands by a fuelling station next to their truck, that runs on whiskey-by-product based biogas, in Dufftown, Scotland.

Whisky waste used to fuel trucks

Glenfiddich makes 'one for the road'

Reuters – Scotch whisky maker Glenfiddich has begun converting its delivery trucks to run on low-emission biogas, made from waste products from its own whisky distilling process, as part of a “closed loop” sustainability initiative, the company announced in late July. Glenfiddich said it has installed fuelling stations at its Dufftown distillery in northeastern Scotland