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Whisky waste to power Diageo's distillery

Waste products from whisky could soon be used to power drinks company Diageos largest distillery in Fife, Scotland.The company is planning to install a £65 million bio-energy facility at its Cameronbridge site in Fife. Diageo produces nearly 50 million cases of brands of scotch whisky and produces brands such as Johnnie Walker and Smirnoff. It will be working with global energy management company, Dalkia, to create the new facility. Dalkia is partly owned by Veolia.