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-Heineken and its employees claim to be active in their hometown community through volunteering and donating money -Heinken's social responsibility states many goals to improve the company's energy, and water management -Heineken has sustainability goals they are trying to achieve, including water, energy, safety, agriculture, supply chain responsibility, and responsible consumption goals
-- Profile Updated 07/07/2010
Heineken has over 120 brands including some of the more popular US varieties: Heineken Lager, Amstel Light, Buckler, Dos Equis, Tecate, Sol, Carta Blanca, Bohemia and Newcastle Brown Ale. Heineken USA is a beer importer and was founded in 1945.
There are no known affiliates associated with Heineken.
White Plains, NY 10601 USA
Heineken has a 10-year sustainability goal called “Brewing a Better Future.” With a pledge to cut direct and indirect climate emissions by 40 percent in its breweries by 2020. Heineken’s aim is to reduce water consumption 25 percent by 2020. All operating companies must compile their own sustainability reports by 2015. Heineken is establishing a supplier code of conduct, in order for them to achieve their goals.
-- Environmental Leader, 04/13/2010
Ethics and Governance
As of March 16, 2010, Heineken has donated around $20,000 to the Democrats & around $7,000 to the Republicans in 2010.
-- Open Secrets, 03/16/2010
In 2003, Heineken was honored for its commitment to the Westchester & Putnam communities. When Heineken moved to White Plains in 1996 they setup the Corporate Affairs department which had a budget of $500,000 in 2002. Heineken was recognized by United Way not just because of their monetary donations, but also the time that their employees donate to the community.
-- All Business, 03/17/2003