Last year more than 62 tonnes of waste was recycled at the music festival.
But this year Budweiser plans to increase this amount by placing more than 1,000 recycling stations with eight drop-off points around the site; delivering recycling and waste bags to peoples tents; and funding recycling and litter-picking staff.
It will also position a recycling centre in the heart of the site where recyclables will be sorted.
Budweiser UK marketing director Randall Blackford said: As with last year, we are not only committed to ensuring people enjoy themselves, but we will also be launching another recycling campaign to make for a greener Glastonbury.
We hope that everyone plays their part and respects the environment as they enjoy themselves at this fantastic event.
Budweiser is the official beer of the Glastonbury Festival. It runs from June 2527.