Water is the source of life on earth, and the planet’s most precious resource

The pressures of growing populations and climate change make water scarcity one of the most urgent environmental and societal issues of our times. Water is also fundamental to agriculture and food security, and we are determined to play our part in helping to conserve our limited water resources.


Managing our water resources carefully helps ensure access to safe, clean water.


It also means we can secure the sustainable supply of water that food production depends on.

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World Water Day

Volunteers from Nestlé Waters and Project WET spent the day at schools helping pupils take part in a range of fun, hands-on water-related activities.

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Litres of liquid waste converted into renewable energy and clean water every day by our anaerobic digester.

Water Efficiency
Converting liquid waste into energy

Thanks to the new anaerobic digester, the Fawdon site is now a zero waste facility.

“Two decades of support from Nestlé Waters have enabled Project WET to bring water education to people we could not have reached on our own.”
Dennis Nelson – President and CEO of Project WET Foundation

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Get Better With Nature programme

Nestlé Waters also works with the Derbyshire, Herts and Middlesex and Berks, Bucks and Oxon branches of the Wildlife Trust to promote water stewardship in these areas.

water efficiency


Water consumption reduced by 58% in UK factories since 2006.

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We’ve carried out more than 250 water-saving projects across the UK & Ireland since 2011.

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Improving access to drinking water

Bringing clean drinking water and sanitation facilities to more than 100,000 people in Côte d’Ivoire’s cocoa communities through the Nestlé Cocoa Plan.