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Countries: United States of America
Regions: Mississippi River
Organization SDGs:
Includes Sustainable Development Goals from the organization and its locations.
Water Quality (SDG 6.3)
Water Use Efficiency (SDG 6.4)
Integrated Water Resource Management (SDG 6.5)
Protect and Restore Ecosystems (SDG 6.6)
Sustainable Production (SDG 12.4)
Services Offered: No services needed/offered
Org. Type: Business
Industry Sector: Manufacturing
Language: English
Org. Website: us.pg.com
Org. Source: CDP
Profile Completion: 92%
Coalition: No

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The Procter & Gamble Company is an American multi-national consumer goods corporation headquartered in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Building on over a decade of focus on operational water efficiency, P&amp;G is now working towards a holistic water stewardship strategy throughout its value chain. An evaluation of water risks across the life cycle of its products helped P&amp;G select … Learn More

The facility located in this basin has already undergone the Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard (AWS) self -verification process. This process enabled the site in this basin to create a unique water stewardship plan that incorporates the needs and ongoing … Learn More

The facility located in this basin will undergo Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard (AWS) steps 1-3 by the year 2020. The AWS Standard steps 1-3 will enable each site in this basin to create a unique water stewardship plan that … Learn More

The facility located in this basin will undergo Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard (AWS) steps 1-3 by the year 2020. The AWS Standard steps 1-3 will enable each site in this basin to create a unique water stewardship plan that … Learn More

The facility located in this basin will undergo Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard (AWS) steps 1-3 by the year 2020. The AWS Standard steps 1-3 will enable each site in this basin to create a unique water stewardship plan that … Learn More

The facility located in this basin will undergo Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard (AWS) steps 1-3 by the year 2020. The AWS Standard steps 1-3 will enable each site in this basin to create a unique water stewardship plan that … Learn More

The facility located in this basin will undergo Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard (AWS) steps 1-3 by the year 2020. The AWS Standard steps 1-3 will enable each site in this basin to create a unique water stewardship plan that … Learn More

The facilities located in this basin will undergo Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard (AWS) steps 1-3 by the year 2020. The AWS Standard steps 1-3 will enable each site in this basin to create a unique water stewardship plan that … Learn More

The facility located in this basin will undergo Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard (AWS) steps 1-3 by the year 2020. The AWS Standard steps 1-3 will enable each site in this basin to create a unique water stewardship plan that … Learn More

The facility located in this basin will undergo Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard (AWS) steps 1-3 by the year 2020. The AWS Standard steps 1-3 will enable each site in this basin to create a unique water stewardship plan that … Learn More

We are forming a coalition in Kibera in cooperation with the Governor of Nairobi--Evans Kidero- and the staff of Nairobi City-County, owners of Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company, to design clean water distribution, sewage and waste treatment, and flood … Learn More

Toilets are the biggest user of water indoors, and toilet leaks are the #1 source of water waste in multi-family buildings. Leaky toilets are big water wasters, usually easy to fix, but very hard to detect - especially in large … Learn More

The Sacramento Valley Water Resilience InitiativeÕs inaugural project at Davis Ranches will provide drought resilience and protect groundwater-dependent ecosystems in CaliforniaÕs water-stressed Central Valley. The Freshwater Trust and Davis Ranches are offering an investment opportunity for private companies to meet … Learn More

The Sacramento Valley has exceptional agricultural and environmental resources. One of the most productive agricultural areas in the nation, it has almost two million acres of irrigated farmland growing rice, citrus, nuts, and other crops. It sustains a population of … Learn More

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