The Business Guide to Water Efficiency

22nd March 2024

The Business Guide to Water Efficiency

To mark World Water Day 2024, edie and Waterscan have produced a new business guide to water efficiency, exploring how water management can help deliver closed-loop systems, drive net-zero progress and help businesses become more resilient in the face of climate impacts.

With water resources under increasing pressure from climate change, population growth and nature loss, it’s clear that water efficiency has an essential role to play in ensuring we have enough water for people, the economy and the environment – now, and in the future.

Water is quickly becoming an under-appreciated part of sustainable business. While many are focused on reducing carbon footprints, more work is taking place behind the scenes to ensure that businesses respond to growing water scarcity by promoting sustainable water usage.

So, what exactly does this mean in the context of corporate sustainability, and – crucially – how can businesses reduce water use and increase efficiencies in ways which cut costs and carbon?

edie’s Business Guide to Water Efficiency, produced in association with Waterscan, provides a much-needed breakdown of how organisations can embed water efficiency into their sustainability strategy and minimise water use across the business and value chain.

Click DOWNLOAD THE REPORT to access your version of the Business Guide to Water Efficiency.

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