Certified Sites

Building a water stewardship community in the UNESCO Western Port Biosphere Reserve, Victoria, Australia

The Western Port Biosphere Reserve was designated by UNESCO under its Man and the Biosphere Program in 2002. Biosphere reserves are areas comprising terrestrial, marine and coastal ecosystems. The program aims to balance the ongoing sustainability of the environment against demands placed on it to provide our current and future lifestyles. Each reserve promotes solutions …

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August 2017 Newsletter: Certification News from North America to New Zealand

August 2017 Newsletter: Certification News from North America to New Zealand Described in a recent blog post by WWF water stewardship leads Alexis Morgan and Lindsay Bass as being “a milestone commitment to protecting freshwater ecosystems and ensuring sufficient water for people and nature”, AWS are pleased to recognise the first AWS Standard certification in North …

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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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