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Molson Coors Joins Science Based Targets Initiative, Sets 2025 Goals

Molson Coors Joins Science Based Targets Initiative, Sets 2025 Goals

Molson Coors Brewing Company published its annual sustainability report and announced that they are joining the global Science Based Targets Initiative. The brewing company also set new targets as part of the 2025 goals outlined in “Our Beer Print Report 2018.”

Cape Town Residents Use 50% Less Water than Before ‘Day Zero’ Loomed

Cape Town Residents Use 50% Less Water than Before ‘Day Zero’ Loomed

Cape Town, South Africa, faces a major water crisis, but the city has managed to stave off Day Zero – that is, the day the city would actually run out of water completely – for the foreseeable future. Still, with “severe climate change looming, the city of 4 million will … Read more »

Kimberly-Clark Reports Water Management Progress, Sets 2022 Goals

Kimberly-Clark Reports Water Management Progress, Sets 2022 Goals

Kimberly-Clark’s 2017 sustainability report and goals for 2022 show a continued focus on water management throughout their supply chain, especially in water-stressed areas.

Inside New York City’s $1 Billion Leaking Water Infrastructure Repair

Inside New York City’s $1 Billion Leaking Water Infrastructure Repair

In-depth look: The world’s longest tunnel needs a $1.2 billion fix. Find out how New York City is working to repair the Delaware Aqueduct, which supplies approximately half the city’s drinking water.

APP Initiative Aims to Improve Water Quality on Indonesia’s Islands

APP Initiative Aims to Improve Water Quality on Indonesia’s Islands

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) is hoping to improve water quality and management on Indonesia’s Pari Island by piloting a project that includes water resource technology and water management efforts. APP will also provide the Pari Island community with water sanitation and hygiene training, and will educate tourists on smarter … Read more »

Facebook’s New Utah Data Center Engineered to Be ‘Incredibly Water Efficient’

Facebook’s New Utah Data Center Engineered to Be ‘Incredibly Water Efficient’

Social media giant Facebook has announced it will build a nearly 1 million-square-foot data center at the foot of Eagle Mountain in Utah. Facebook will purchase its own water rights and construct the required water infrastructure. The data center facility is designed to be “incredibly water-efficient” and will “reuse water multiple … Read more »

Mining Company Releases 10M Gallons of Water, Muck To Rescue Worker

Mining Company Releases 10M Gallons of Water, Muck To Rescue Worker

To save a contractor whose bulldozer slid into a retention pond at the Hi-Crush frac sand mining facility in Trempealeau County, Wisconsin, company officials released about 10 million gallons of process water.

Design Considerations to Achieve Low Maintenance Water Treatment Systems

Design Considerations to Achieve Low Maintenance Water Treatment Systems

For industrial and remediation water treatment systems, long-term operational costs (OPEX) can vastly outweigh the initial capital expenditure – especially as the system approaches the end of its useful life. Unfortunately, and understandably, treatment system design tends to focus on the treatment efficacy and often neglects

SMEs Need More Help Understanding UK’s Open Water Market, Study Shows

SMEs Need More Help Understanding UK’s Open Water Market, Study Shows

Small businesses apparently want more help understanding and accessing the potential benefits of the retail water market in England before they take the plunge to switch their retail water services. It’s been a year since changes to the water market now allow businesses to purchase retail water services from the … Read more »

Smart Water Meter Installations Predicted to Reach 82.1M Units by 2026

Smart Water Meter Installations Predicted to Reach 82.1M Units by 2026

Smart water meter installations are expected to grow globally from 13.8 million units in 2017 to 82.1 million units by 2026, according to a new analysis from Frost & Sullivan. Growth is being led by water-stressed countries shifting away from traditional water meters and driven by as government leaders changing … Read more »

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