Society is changing rapidly, and not just because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today’s society has high expectation of how business behaves. In turn, companies that lead the way on key issues like sustainability, equality and fairness are gaining both respect and customers.
The global climate crisis is especially a focus of individual action – where consumers express their point of view by making clear, and actionable everyday choices, like when they decide what flavour, and which type of juice to opt for as they wander the aisles of their supermarket.
By Rabie Issa, Business Executive Officer Nestlé Waters Nigeria
Opened in April 2016, the Abaji factory is Nestlé Waters’ most modern water processing facility in Central and West Africa. It lies near Manderegi village, an agricultural community around 40km from Nigeria’s capital Abuja.
Developed by Singapore’s National Water Agency, PUB and the Black & Veatch + AECOM Joint Venture, the Integrated Validation Plant (IVP) at Ulu Pandan reaffirms Singapore’s commitment to water sustainability
Singapore, 24 September 2019 /3BL Media/ – The Integrated Validation Plant (IVP) at Ulu Pandan is the winner of the Engineering Project Category, for the Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES) Prestigious Engineering Achievement Awards 2019.
The IVP is a testament to Singapore’s foresight to integrate advance wastewater treatment technologies with digital capabilities to minimize risks posed by extreme weather while enhancing water sustainability.
LONDON, September 19, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Global water treatment company Pentair announces the release of its 2018 Corporate Responsibility (CR) Report, highlighting its efforts to make a positive impact on the health of the world with its people, resources, technology and values focused on its mission of delivering smart, sustainable water solutions.
How Beverage Giants Are Tackling SDG 6 Through Collaboration
ABInBev. American Beverage Association. Bacardi. Beam Suntory. Brown-Forman. Carlsberg Group. Constellation Brands. Diageo. HEINEKEN. Keurig Dr. Pepper. Molson Coors and MillerCoors. Ocean Spray. PepsiCo. Pernod Ricard. The Coca-Cola Company.
These 16 companies are industry giants, delivering nearly every corner of the world with thirst-quenching drinkables of every variety. On the streets, these companies are competing for consumer affections and loyalty. But behind the scenes, they’re tackling one of our world’s most pressing challenges: water.
Environmental Leaders Shaping the Beverage Sector's Future
As Helen Keller so famously said: “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”
Since our inception in 2006, the Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable (BIER) has stayed true to this founding concept, with global beverage brands setting competition aside and coming together as an industry to advance environmental sustainability and value.