Negative Processes

We have a vision. 

It is about creating high quality Tasmanian London dry gin with a positive impact. 

We are currently working with researchers to develop a methodology for calculating carbon negativity more accurately using the PAS 2060:2014 self-certification process, Greenhouse Gas Protocol, and the synthesis of a series of best-practice guides and protocols for achieving carbon neutrality. 

We hope to share this methodology publicly to support other businesses going negative.

Learn more about our journey below. 

Kilograms Carbon Negative

Our algae difference

Making base alcohol produces a reasonable volume of carbon dioxide in the process. We capture this CO2 and feed it to our family of algae living in a photobioreactor. 

When algae consume the carbon dioxide, with enough warmth and light from the sun, they grow and consume the carbon, and release oxygen. We hope to build a photobioreactor large enough to consume more carbon dioxide than we produce.

Rebuilding projects

While we expand our algae photobioreactor, we support a series of ongoing carbon offsetting projects like reforestation to ensure we go beyond our carbon production. In fact, we ensure every bottle is carbon negative to a minimum of 100 kilograms.

Negative Processes