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Kikkoman Corporation is a Japanese food manufacturer. Its main products and services include soy sauce, food seasoning and flavoring, mirin, shōchū, and sake, juice and other beverages, pharmaceuticals, and restaurant management services. Manufacturing and Sales of Soy Sauce, Soy Sauce-Based ... Learn More

At the Port of Saldahna, Transnet uses the Desalination Plant to supplement municipal water supply. Transnet further uses gray water for non-portable use at the ports. Transnet also continues to investigate ways to mitigate the water risk, as well as ... Learn More

The “Longmen” pilot project includes a total of 10 hectares of green mandarin and alternate crops. The project aims to restore 43 hectares of secondary forest while setting up a water training school for waste water and drinking water management. Learn More

Arup takes an integrated approach to deliver solutions for complex water management problems. We understand the interactions between the water cycle and other systems including industry, ecosystems and cities. Our capability encompasses water in natural catchment systems, including flood risk ... Learn More

EDP is investing in a water efficiency programme for Pecém power plant, with a total investment estimated to amount to R$1M. An example is the implemention of circuit optimisation initiatives to reduce the collection of this resource. A project undertaken ... Learn More

Faced with growing problems related to water scarcity and pollution, the UK Environment Agency commissioned the Water Footprint Network to conduct a comprehensive Water Footprint Assessment of surface and groundwater in 35 sub-catchments in the Hertfordshire and North London Area. ... Learn More

Bring the water quality from “low” to “good” status (according to the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization standards), especially in highly polluted critical spots; Create a basin wide partnership with agreed conservation targets in key biodiversity areas; reduce water, chemicals ... Learn More

De Beers, established in 1888, is the world's leading diamond company with unrivalled expertise in the exploration, mining and marketing of diamonds. Learn More

The primary means of managing this risk is to reduce our operation’s consumption and reliance on potable water sources. The mine runs a zero-discharge, closed loop water system whereby all water is recycled. Potable water is used for human consumption ... Learn More

The new three-year "Eco Chavos" program trains young people to become environmental ambassadors, so that they can raise awareness of species diversity and the environment, and inspire 10,000 young people in their local communities to get involved. Learn More