Australia’s largest retailer Woolworths Group has recently become a member of WSAP and AWS, joining a global community of water stewards that includes Apple, Suntory Group and Ingham’s.

Woolworths’ membership aligns with its sustainability goal to practice responsible stewardship of natural resources. Woolworths is also partnering with WSAP to implement water stewardship in its Renmark supermarket.

“At Woolworths we recognise the opportunity we have to positively impact how water is used in our communities. We are proud to be embarking on this journey with WSAP, and see our collaboration as an important step in achieving our Planet Group Sustainability Goals for 2025.”

Nick Blackwell, Energy and Water Project Manager at Woolworths Group

We look forward to working together with Woolworths.

Representatives of Woolworths and Renmark Irrigation Trust tour Johnsons Waterhole, an environmental watering site in Renmark, South Australia. Woolworths is implementing water stewardship at its Renmark supermarket. Image by Megan McLeod/WSAP
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