Month: August 2017

Ingham’s achieves second AWS certification, shows global leadership

Ingham’s achieves second AWS certification, shows global leadership The Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS), a global leader in sustainable water management and good water governance, has commended the Inghams Group Limited (ASX: ING), Australia and New Zealand’s leading integrated poultry producer, for its ongoing commitment to water leadership. Ingham’s Te Aroha primary processing plant has …

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Register for the AWS Global Water Stewardship Forum

Register for the AWS Global Water Stewardship Forum Taking place in Edinburgh, Scotland, on 31st October and 1st November, the 2nd AWS Global Water Stewardship Forum, convened by the Alliance for Water Stewardship, with support from the Scottish Government, will provide a platform for knowledge sharing on water stewardship. Growing populations and economies, changing lifestyles …

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First Site in North America Achieves AWS Certification

First Site in North America Achieves AWS Certification Nestle Waters US has had its site in Ontario, California certified to the AWS Standard. This is the first site in North America to achieve AWS certification. Nestle Waters aims to have 20 sites AWS certified globally by 2020. In achieving certification for Nestle Waters Ontario site …

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Tea garden habitat in China adopting AWS Standards

Huanglongxian village – tea garden habitat, adopting AWS Standards Alliance for Water Stewardship and QianBai Yuan are collaborating on a project for water management and improving the water quality in the tea farm, forest, vegetable farm, wetlands and part of the residential area of Huanglongxian village. The stakeholders, including the local government, farmers and residents, …

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