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Recognizing World Water Day

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
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World Water Day 2017 asks the question "Why Waste Water?" and highlights the linkages between water, wastewater, and sustainable development. At Weatherford, we are committed to doing business in a sustainable manner and protecting the environments in which we live and operate. In line with this commitment, we are observing World Water Day on March 22 to encourage the proper management of water resources by reducing, reusing, and recycling water wherever possible.

The U.S. Water Partnership and Its Partners Make Commitments to The White House Water Summit

New Innovation Prize, Technology Commercialization, and Water Storytelling Announced
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WASHINGTON, March 23 /3BL Media/ – Yesterday Ambassador Paula Dobriansky, Vice Chair of the U.S. Water Partnership’s National Executive Committee, announced the U.S. Water Partnership (USWP)’s commitments to the White House Water Summit. Ambassador Dobriansky joined with USWP partners Blue Legacy International, Global Water Challenge, The Water Council and Xylem Inc. to announce collective actions intended to promote new technology solutions and engage stakeholders across the country to elevate water as a national priority. 

MGM Resorts International and WaterStart Announce Collaboration to Identify Sustainable Technologies in Water, Catalyze Technology Research

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LAS VEGAS, March 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ – In an effort to identify new sustainable water technologies and incorporate them into its global operations, MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) has partnered with WaterStart. 

World Water Day: Time for a Conservation Conversation

In commemoration of World Water Day on March 22, here are some of the ways GM is reducing water use throughout its global operations.
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Water covers more than 70 percent of the Earth’s surface, but only three percent of all the water on the planet is fresh water. And less than 1 percent is readily available through rivers and streams to sustain more than 7 billion people on earth.

As members of the global community, both individuals and businesses have a responsibility to protect this resource.

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