Nestlé Waters facility achieves AWS Gold certification

Is recognized for water sustainability efforts

Nestlé Waters facility achieves AWS Gold certification
Nestlé Waters facility achieves AWS Gold certification

Nestlé Waters North America’s Cabazon, CA bottling factory has received an Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) Gold certification, making it the first facility in North America to achieve this distinction. In addition, the company’s Los Angeles factory received certification against the AWS Standard. Now, all five of Nestlé Waters North America’s California factories are certified to the AWS Standard for water sustainability.

 

Supported by industry leaders and prominent environmental conservation groups, the AWS Standard is a comprehensive global standard that measures responsible water stewardship in terms of environmental criteria, as well as social and economic dimensions.

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