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Our commitment

Nestlé® Pure Life® may be a global brand. By keeping our bottling close to major water-drinking areas, we limit waste produced by transporting shipments long distances. We're also actively engaged with multiple environmental initiatives to reduce the amount of materials we use, including the following: 


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Looking for ways to save water

Since 2013, We have sent a water task force to water-bottling sites. Over a two to three-day period, this team of experts identifies opportunities and recommends actions to help the site improve water usage

As part of our our longstanding commitment to sustainable water management and creating shared value in communities, we recently announced  we are working towards the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) accrediatation. This accreditiation asks for the best practices in sustainable water balance, good water quality, and good water governance to ensure the long term sustainability of water resources. We will be working towards this accreditation for our Buxton factory in 2019.



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Zero waste factory

Our state of the art factory in the UK is proud to be accredited Zero Waste to landfill. 

As part of our commitment to switch to 100% renewable energy, in 2016 we were proud to hit the important milestone of using 100% renewable electricity at our UK production facility.

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Reducing Impact of Plastic Waste

Since 2012, We have reduced the amount of plastic used in packaging with our best-in-class PET lightweight bottles. In 32 sizes across 12 markets, we've saved 7,200 tons of waste material.