|Location||City, Country & Regions||Location Type|
|Countries:||Argentina, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, United States of America|
|Regions:||Brazos River, Ebro, Elbe River, Meuse, Mississippi River|
|Industry Sectors:||Chemical, Process, and Industrial Products|
The Dow Chemical Company, commonly referred to as Dow, was an American multinational chemical corporation headquartered in Midland, Michigan, United States, and the predecessor of the merged company DowDuPont.
The São Paulo Water Fund, created in 2007, is proving that green infrastructure is key to improving gray infrastructure efficiency and unlocking nature’s power to produce and regulate water. Green and grey infrastructure are a needed combination to meet our ... Learn More
The Water Resilience Coalition, founded in 2020, is an industry-driven, CEO-led coalition of the UN Global Compact's CEO Water Mandate that aims to elevate global water stress to the top of the corporate agenda and preserve the world's freshwater resources ... Learn More
The Dow Seadrift site treats around 5 million gallons of industrial wastewater every day. In 1996, this project converted 110 acres of existing water treatment pond into constructed wetlands to treat suspended solids, primarily algae. The project cost about $1.4 ... Learn More
Dow collaborated with Restore the Earth Foundation, Inc. to plant 200 acres of bald cypress in the Point-aux-Chenes Wildlife Management Area of Montegut, Louisiana, marking the start of this joint initiative, developed under Dow’s Official Carbon Partnership with the International ... Learn More
Anteriormente, las pruebas semanales del sistema contra incendios se realizaban durante 30 min usando monitores a 350 GPM, generando un uso total de 1’872 m3 anuales aprox. Actualmente, las pruebas semanales se realizan durante el mismo margen de tiempo, con ... Learn More
To address persistent dioxane contamination in groundwater and prevent further migration of the pollutant, Dow planted 240 poplar trees using a special technique to provide phytoremediation of the groundwater. Learn More
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