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Water risk can be managed internally.
Water risk can be managed
effectively only with
stakeholder input.
The Coca-Cola Company
2007 - Water neutrality goal to reduce operational water footprint and offset (or balance) the
water used in TCCC’s products through locally relevant projects:
 Reduce water use ratio while growing unit case volume
 Goal: Be the most efficient water user among peer companies. Improve water use
efficiency by 20% by 2012, compared with a 2004 baseline.
 Recycle the water used in operations
 Goal: Return to the environment, at a level that supports aquatic life and
agriculture, all water used in manufacturing operations by the end of 2010 through
comprehensive wastewater treatment.
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 Replenish the water used through community water access, watershed
restoration and protection, agricultural water use efficiency, and education and
awareness campaigns
 Goal: Expand global support of healthy watersheds and sustainable
community water partnerships to balance the water used in finished
beverages by 2020.
2015 Targets
 Water: Increase water efficiency in operations by 30%, including
reducing 'water wasted' by 50%, at operations located in water
stressed geographies between 2007 and 2015.
 Wastewater: Reduce the polluting power (measured as BOD) of
effluent from plants by 60% between 2007 and 2015.
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 One Million Challenge: “As a target under Diageo’s Water of Life
corporate citizenship program, the One Million Challenge aims to
reach one million people in Africa with clean, safe and
sustainable drinking water by the end of 2007, and will continue
to set stretching targets to reach individuals year on year until
 Water stewardship is a central part of “Performance with Purpose”—
PepsiCo’s mission to deliver sustainable growth by investing in a
healthier future for people and our planet.
 April 2010 organized around a straightforward premise: “We will
respect the human right to water through world-class efficiency
in our operations, preserving water resources, and enabling
access to safe water.”
 Specifically, committed to:
 IMPROVING water use efficiency by 20% per unit of production by
 STRIVING for “positive water balance” in operations in waterdistressed areas; and
 PROVIDING access to safe water to 3 million people in developing
countries by the end of 2015.
 Working to reach these goals by minimizing the impact business has
on the environment and collaborating with industry peers,
governments, academia, NGOs, and communities.
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Responsible Water Management
 Since 1998 - invested more than $100 million in water conservation
 At some locations - take back gray water from local municipal water treatment
operations for use at our campuses.
 Arizona – partnered with the City of Chandler to implement a progressive water
management system. Onsite RO facility and aquifer storage of discharged water.
 India - water treatment and reuse plan Intel recaptures and reuses 100% of
water used.
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 Massachusetts (Hudson) - established a $1.5 million Assabet Groundwater
Recharge Fund to support projects that help replenish the Assabet River and
its tributaries.
Water Footprint Analysis
 Categorized water use in 2009 according to activity: Scope 1 (direct
operations), Scope 2 (related to energy use), and Scope 3 (supply chain use).
The largest impact on water use (66%) is from direct operations.
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 Scope 3 water use activities potentially include those from logistics, employee
travel and commuting, product use, and Intel’s supply chain. Analysis of the
supply chain to “first tier” suppliers – companies that provide raw materials
(such as chemicals, wafers, and gases) directly used in our manufacturing