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Anheuser-Busch InBev is a publicly traded company (Euronext: ABI) based in Leuven, Belgium, with American Depositary Receipts on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: BUD). With a portfolio of well over 200 beer brands, it is the leading global brewer, … Learn More
To provide innovative and cost-effective water recovery and management solutions to entities in the industrial, mining and municipal space to ensure sustainability and environmental responsibility. Learn More
AlproÕs almond supply chain is shaking things up. The goal is to go beyond usual water efficiency targets and set science-based targets for water. The study builds on the Planetary Boundaries Framework, to set sustainable freshwater balance targets for farms … Learn More
The International Water Stewardship Programme (IWaSP) seeks to initiate multi-stakeholder partnerships with the private sector, the public sector and the civil society in order to formulate and implement measures to improve water security for all parties. Woolworth and M&S; receive … Learn More
This risk is managed through engagement with the Department of Water and Sanitation on the effluent discharge quality, groundwater quality parameters and target levels and through the implementation of projects to ensure compliance with the WUL. Examples of WUL-related projects … Learn More
South African Breweries Ltd (SAB Ltd), WWF South Africa and GIZ have come together to help tackle the issue of Water Scarcity in South Africa. The organizations share the common objective of developing strategic responses to future water risks faced … Learn More
Over and above the operational changes we have made to reduce our factories’ water consumption, we are active at different levels across the country: we have implemented our zero water technology at our Mossel Bay dairy factory in 2017, through … Learn More
This program seeks to reduce the density of established, terrestrial, invasive alien plants, through labour intensive, mechanical and chemical control, by 22% per annum. Non-native plants cost South Africa billions due to damage to agriculture, water supply, and biodiversity. Since … Learn More