We recognize the importance of maintaining safe, high quality water for the health of our associates, the products we produce and the planet. As a result, we have programs in place to reduce water usage, find reuse opportunities and manage water discharge quality to protect local water sources.
In 2019, we updated a water risk assessment we conducted across our portfolio of facilities to understand if there was substantive water risk present in our facilities. Using the World Resources Institute’s Aqueduct Tool, we evaluated our facilities for location-based water risk across several impact areas, including physical quantity, physical quality, regulatory and reputational risks.
Review our most recent CDP Water disclosure on the CDP website.