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Our response strategy at this site has been to implement an overall water stewardship programme that includes targets specific to water stressed sites. The timeframe for this response strategy is the period of 2007 through 2020 - specifically the site ... Learn More

By engaging with public policy makers and water suppliers in this region, we avoid any potential issues with water supply or obtaining permits to discharge. Additionally our Baltimore Terminal has implemented a program to reuse facility water, thereby reducing water ... Learn More

Unilever’s strategy is to reduce water use and increase reuse wherever possible, with a focus on new operations and water-scarce areas. All sites across the business must produce plans for reducing water use and manufacturing sites are actively monitored. Unilever ... Learn More

The site have invested £2 million in water conservation measures, to improve water use rates by 50% and minimise water withdrawals. The project was completed in the current reporting year. Additionally, the overall project at Pioneer site will also involve ... Learn More

Infosys Limited is an Indian multinational corporation that provides business consulting, information technology and outsourcing services. It has its headquarters in Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. Learn More

What is the United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM)? The United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM) is the official procurement portal of the United Nations System. The UNGM portal brings together UN procurement staff and suppliers interested in doing business with the ... Learn More

Our tomato facility has completed multiple projects to conserve water, all with very low implementation costs amounting to less than $100,000. Projects implemented include installing water meters, recirculating water used to cool equipment and installing a holding tank to maximize ... Learn More

All sites are prioritizing water efficient practices to reduce usage and wastage on sites to minimise water draws. Site personnel are trained in good water management practices including leak detection and repair and optimisation of water use processes, where possible.Project ... Learn More

Amatil's Indonesian operations conduct significant community engagement activities in and around our sites including river basin restoration projects including reforestation, installing infiltration wells to improve aquifer recharge rates and community access through direct supply such as wells and sanitation infrastructure. ... Learn More

The company plans to retire all coal-fired generating units using once-through cooling by 2040, and shift towards renewable sources that do not have a dependence on water availability. As the company shifts away from these units, the risk is lowered. ... Learn More