Cargill Sets Water Restoration Target

Company also aims to reduce pollutants, improve access to safe drinking water, and implement water stewardship program at facilities.

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Cargill has set new global water goals to achieve sustainable water management in its operations and all priority watersheds by 2030. To attain these goals, Cargill will restore 600 billion liters of water in priority watersheds, reduce water pollutants in priority watersheds by 5 million kg, and implement a water stewardship program, a set of best practices and goals aligned to the Alliance for Water Stewardship standard, at 81 of its priority facilities.

Cargill is a member of the Water Resilience Coalition, an industry-driven, CEO-led initiative, which works with a number of companies, governments, and communities to reduce global water stress by 2050.


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