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Xylem Volunteers Conduct Water Filtration and Testing with St. Cassian’s Students

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As part of Xylem Watermark’s second annual Global Month of Service, a group of volunteers from Xylem’s headquarters in Rye Brook, NY visited St. Cassian School in Montclair, NJ to help educate students about the importance of clean water.

The day’s activities included water testing in Verona Park with the fifth and sixth grade students and a water filtration activity with the kindergarten class. Volunteers had the opportunity to engage students in these clean water processes, meet teachers and parents at the school, and introduce the community to the Xylem Watermark program.

Xylem Korea Cleans Up Tae An Beach as Part of First-Ever Watermark Activity

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On September 22, 2017, all 39 employees from Xylem Korea participated in a beach clean-up at Tae An beach as part of their first-ever Watermark activity.

Tae An is one of South Korea’s most beautiful and popular beaches. During the Xylem Watermark clean-up, volunteers collected more than 10 bags of waste, including plastic bottles, paper and buoys from the beach. The activity was a chance for the Xylem employees to bond over voluntary work, while also reminding themselves about the priceless value of water and nature. 

Xylem Watermark Volunteers Participate in Little Miami River Kleen Sweep

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On September 30, Xylem Watermark volunteers from Yellow Springs joined Little Miami River Kleeners in the annual Fall Little Miami River Kleen Sweep. Little Miami River Kleeners works to enhance the quality of life along the Little Miami River by promoting the protection of, stimulating the public interest in, and encouraging the preservation of the Little Miami River in Ohio.  

Xylem Watermark: Protecting Watersheds and Wetlands

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As part of Xylem Watermark’s inaugural Global Month of Service in October 2016, a team of employees helped replenish critical wetlands that protect the New Orleans region of the Mississippi River from soil erosion and flooding.

Click here to learn more about Xylem Watermark’s Global Month of Service

Xylem Volunteers Clean Up Local Parks and Creeks in Texas Trash-Off

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Xylem volunteers partnered with Keep Brazos Beautiful (KBB) to participate in the annual Texas Trash-Off, an event in which the community gets together to clean up local parks and creeks.

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Xylem volunteers partnered with Keep Brazos Beautiful (KBB) to participate in the annual Texas Trash-Off, an event in which the community gets together to clean up local parks and creeks.

Xylem Volunteers Clean Up Local Parks and Creeks in Texas Trash-Off

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Xylem volunteers partnered with Keep Brazos Beautiful (KBB) to participate in the annual Texas Trash-Off, an event in which the community gets together to clean up local parks and creeks.

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Xylem volunteers partnered with Keep Brazos Beautiful (KBB) to participate in the annual Texas Trash-Off, an event in which the community gets together to clean up local parks and creeks.

Xylem Watermark Volunteers Educate Children About Water Access and Conservation in Dubai

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Xylem Watermark volunteers visited the GEMS school in Dubai and partnered with SURGE for Water, spending the day teaching children about their water footprint and informing them about the challenges that developing countries often face accessing clean water.

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Xylem Watermark volunteers visited the GEMS school in Dubai and partnered with SURGE for Water, spending the day teaching children about their water footprint and informing them about the challenges that developing countries often face accessing clean water.

Making Our Mark on the Global Water Crisis

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THE CHALLENGE

Water covers 70% of our planet, and it is easy to think that it will always be plentiful. However, as the world’s population continues to soar, so does the need for fresh water that makes up only 2.5% of the world’s water supply. The reality today is that the need for clean, safe water for drinking and sanitation far exceeds the readily available amount.

Xylem Watermark Volunteers Clean Floodgate Near Bridgeport, New Jersey

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Xylem employees made their mark in South Jersey by cleaning up litter and trash around a local floodgate to help protect the water quality of the Delaware River and surrounding water sources.

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Xylem employees made their mark in South Jersey by cleaning up litter and trash around a local floodgate to help protect the water quality of the Delaware River and surrounding water sources.

Xylem Watermark and Disaster Relief Impact

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Since 2008, Xylem Watermark has been committed to Disaster Relief and Risk Reduction and has worked with global nonprofit partner, Mercy Corps, to complete 28 water projects in 19 countries to deliver clean water and rebuild water infrastructure in the aftermath of water-related emergencies, as well as to secure water in vulnerable regions around the world through community engagement, disaster preparedness training, and water infrastructure monitoring and analysis.

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