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Santiago

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5888268 km2
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Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
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Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Total Organizations: 0
Total Projects: 7
Priority SDGs: --
Priority Industries: --
Profile Completion: 40%

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This project is located in the rain fed Altiplano and irrigated Bajio regions, where AB InBev is collaborating with the development bank FIRA, Centros Impulsor and others to promote best conservation agriculture practices for barley and other crop production. In ... Learn More

Facility investments in wastewater treatment and recycling equipment; demonstration of best agricultural practices on our research farm for our growers; we worked with government agencies to help provide zero-interest loans to growers to convert to drip irrigation systems on their ... Learn More

Santa Rita Project, better know as the “El Huevo”, is a ten hectares green house of high technology project in the branch of production Center of Santa Rita S.A. de C.V. in Villa de Arista, state of San Luis, Potosi, ... Learn More

The Guanajato area is a hotspot for agriculture in Mexico and groundwater extraction outstrips natural recharge on an annual basis. We are collaborating with the International Center for Maize and Wheat Improvement (CIMMYT) to investigate innovative agronomic practices that increase ... Learn More

The Water and Wastewater Companies for Climate Mitigation (WaCCliM) project is designed to work across local, national and international levels, and proposes engaging with national governments, water and wastewater utility associations around three pilot companies in Mexico, Peru and Thailand. ... Learn More

In June 2016, our Toluca, Mexico plant reduced water use by improving the process for making liquid sugar, reducing water use 4,600 m3 between June and December 2016. The Toluca plant will continue to reduce water consumption through employee engagement, ... Learn More

In 2016, the facility in Mexicali, Mexico increased the volume of water reused in onsite cooling towers and bathrooms. The Mexicali, Mexico plant will continue to reduce water consumption through employee engagement, asset care programs, and capital projects within the ... Learn More

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