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Albertsons CompaniesView Profile
As we work to make our operations more efficient, we understand the need to work toward reducing the overall environmental footprint of our business. It is critical that we achieve business growth while reducing greenhouse gas emissions, water consumption and use of other important resources.
Archer Daniels MidlandView Profile
We will reduce our water intensity by 10% over our 2019 baseline by 2035. In addition, to support the health and wellbeing of the communities where we operate, by 2025, we will develop a global improvement strategy in priority watersheds.
Coca-Cola Company, TheView Profile
By 2020, improve water efficiency in manufacturing operations by 25 percent compared with a 2010 baseline. Today, we’re using 1.92 liters of water to make 1 liter of product and we’re working to reduce it to 1.7 liters of water per liter of product (a 25 percent improvement) by 2020.
DuPont BiomaterialsView Profile
Implement holistic water strategies across all facilities prioritizing manufacturing plants and communities in high-risk watersheds. Enable millions of people access to clean water through leadership in advancing water technology and enacting strategic partnerships.
Estée Lauder Companies, TheView Profile
Our Global Environmental Affairs and Safety team looks for ways to reduce water use across our business.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)View Profile
We are currently developing a company-wide water strategy to help guide our next steps. This strategy will focus on: Reducing water vulnerability of HPE facilities, team members, and suppliers by 2030, decoupling water from HPE’s energy use, increasing water literacy through meaningful partnerships.
Kellogg Company, TheView Profile
By 2020, implement water reuse projects in at least 25% of our plants. By 2020, reduce normalized water use in our plants by an additional 15%.
Kimberly-Clark CorporationView Profile
[by 2030] Achieve sustainable water use at 100% of our sites in water-stressed regions.
[by 2030] Create positive and measurable watershed impact in 30 watersheds/water basins.
[by 2030] Achieve responsible and efficient water use at all Kimberly-Clark manufacturing facilities.
[by 2030] Collaborate with key supplier partners to amplify our impact in water-stressed regions around the world.
Kraft Heinz CompanyView Profile
We commit to decrease water use by 20% across Kraft Heinz manufacturing facilities in high-risk water areas and by 15% across all manufacturing facilities by 2025.
By 2030 we will be water positive, meaning we will replenish more water than we use.
Milliken ChemicalView Profile
Our 2025 Planet Goals will reduce our global footprint in order to increase our global impact: ZERO waste to landfill, increase renewable energy use 10X, ZERO environmental violations, and reduce indexed greenhouse gas emissions, water usage, and solid waste by 25%.
Nestlé USAView Profile
By 2020: Reduce direct water withdrawals per tonne of product in every product category to achieve an overall reduction of 35% since 2010.
By 2020: Carry out 40 new Water Resource Reviews in selected manufacturing facilities in all greenfield sites.
Improve water-use efficiency by 15% in our agricultural supply chain (focused on corn and potatoes) in high water-risk areas by 2025.
Improve operational water-use efficiency by 25% in high water-risk areas by 2025.
Replenish 100% of the water we use in manufacturing operations in high water-risk areas by 2025.
Adopt the Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard as our vehicle for water advocacy in high water-risk areas by 2025.
Deliver safe water access to 25 million people by 2025.
Reduce absolute water withdrawal in stores, distribution centers and headquarter locations by 15% below 2010 baseline by 2025
Improve water efficiency in textile dyeing and finishing factories located in priority watersheds by 15% by 2022
By 2025, all owned-brand apparel textile factories will comply with the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) progressive-level wastewater standards
Design 100% of garment-washed owned-brand apparel utilizing water-saving design principles by 2025
Tetra Pak Inc.View Profile
Our strategic goals are to lead with low-carbon solutions for a circular economy, and to enhance sustainability across the value chain, from sourcing to production to the end of life of our products. This includes minimising emissions and waste, protecting biodiversity and ecosystems, maintaining fresh water availability, and promoting recycling and circularity.
Halve the water associated with consumer use of our products by 2020
By 2020, water abstraction by our global factory network will be at or below 2008 levels, despite significantly higher volumes. This represents a reduction of around 40% per tonne of production. Versus a 1995 baseline, this represents a 78% reduction per tonne of production and a 65% absolute reduction. We will focus in particular on factories in water-scarce locations.
We will reduce the water required in the laundry process by providing 50 million households in water-scarce countries with laundry products that deliver excellent results but use less water by 2020.
We will develop comprehensive plans with our suppliers and partners to reduce the water used to grow our crops in water-scarce countries.