Nestle Waters And Its Environmental Performance As A Corporate Priority Essay

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Nestle Waters Andrew Grierson, Hope Espey, Brett Environmental EMS and Audits – ENVR2014 Rhonda Bell-Allen Tuesday, November 29, 2016 Mission Statement At Nestlé Waters, they are continuously optimizing their environmental performance as a corporate priority. Nestlé Waters Canada is committed to responsible water management and to working collaboratively with the communities where they conduct business. Nestles spring sources are developed and managed for long term sustainability (Jennifer.K (2002). Description of Company Nesltè Waters was created in 1992 and is the number one bottled water company worldwide. Nestle Waters has hundreds of production sites in 33 counties with over 31,740 employees including sites in Hope, BC (bottling plant); Chilliwack, B.C. (distribution center); Laval, PQ (distribution center) and Guelph, ON (Bottling Plant and Distribution Center). Nestle Waters also has multiple brands, including Nestle PURE LIFE which has become the largest bottled water brand sold in the world. Impacts/Aspects on the Environment Aspect: Element of an org. activities or products or services that can interact with the environment 5 Major areas include: 1) Releases to land 2) Releases to Air 3) Releases to Water 4) Usage of Natural Resources 5) Usage and Release of Energy Environmental Impact: a change to the environment that can be positive or negative Neslte Waters website openly discusses the following aspecs/impacts and the role they play: Source Usage Aspect - In

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