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Positive Water Impact at PepsiCo's India Facilities

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Positive Water Impact at PepsiCo's India Facilities

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Countries: India
Regions: Godavari, India
Language: English
Start & End Dates: Jan. 2017  »  Ongoing
Project Source: CDP
Profile Completion: 42%

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PepsiCo’s response in these watersheds is to implement our global water strategy where we strive for Positive Water Impact in and near the communities where we work — meaning our efforts and collaborations will be designed to enable long-term, sustainable water security for our business and others who depend on water availability. This global strategy is implemented through focusing on watershed management, conserving water within our operations, reducing water use in our ...

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PepsiCo’s response in these watersheds is to implement our global water strategy where we strive for Positive Water Impact in and near the communities where we work — meaning our efforts and collaborations will be designed to enable long-term, sustainable water security for our business and others who depend on water availability. This global strategy is implemented through focusing on watershed management, conserving water within our operations, reducing water use in our agricultural supply chain, promoting access to water and advocating for strong water governance within communities. We are implementing this strategy now in India. For example, we are actively replenishing high water risk watersheds where we operate. In 2017, we replenished over 6 billion liters of water through community programs such as rainwater harvesting, storage pond rehabilitation and check dam installations.

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As a food and beverage company, PepsiCo is acutely aware of the critical role water plays in the food system. Our water strategy is designed to enable long-term, sustainable water security for our business and for local communities that depend ... Learn More

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