29 Aug '16, 11am

Coca-Cola and its bottlers 'replenish' all the water they use

Coca-Cola and its bottlers 'replenish' all the water they use

Its definition of "replenish" doesn’t mean treating and recycling ever liter of water used back to its source — which of course would be impossible since half of it is consumed by humans drinking its beverages. Rather it's through myriad activities to restore or support the restoration of the equivalent amount of usable water in community projects for water sanitation and infrastructure, watershed support and even reforestation, while 145.8 billion liters are treated and recycled into local supplies.

Full article: https://www.greenbiz.com/article/coca-cola-and-bottlers-a...

Tweets

DAMMING DEBATE: Why Dams Won't Solve Water Supply Needs | @AmericanRivers

DAMMING DEBATE: Why Dams Won't Solve Water Supp...

americanrivers.org 27 Aug '16, 9pm

The era of widespread construction of large dams for the most part ended in the 1960s and ‘70s. But recently, proposals fo...

FIJI Water Presents “Cooking with Gourmet Greens” by Chef Jo Ann Ng Of Vanilla Bar &; Cafe https://t.co/R49UNFp8oI

FIJI Water Presents “Cooking with Gourmet Green...

superadrianme.com 29 Aug '16, 1am

In collaboration with FIJI Water, award-winning Chef Jo Ann Ng of Vanilla Bar & Cafe will be holding a unique culinary cla...

The water-energy nexus is not what you expect

greenbiz.com 23 Aug '16, 10am

Earlier this summer, researchers at UC Davis confirmed what a lot of us already know — that saving water saves energy. The...