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by PwC's Global Sustainability leader, Malcolm Preston, discussing why water is a risk for every business
"Water is fundamental to all businesses – to heat, cool, clean or as an ingredient. Having too little or too much, or water that’s too dirty or too expensive can have an impact on your bottom line. It’s a challenge for business that needs active management.
The World Economic Forum Risk Authority puts WATER CRISIS among the Top 5 Global Risks over the last 7 years.
So where do you start to strengthen your resilience to water-related challenges and risks?
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Small Scale: Hotels, Hospitals, Laundries, Shopping Malls, Airports, District Cooling, High Rise Buildings, Pulp & Paper, F&B or Textile Industry.
Medium Scale: Decentralized desalination or sewage treatment with water polishing for communities or remote areas, as emergency units for humanitarian causes or Armed Forces.
Large Scale: Run-off of sewage treatment plants to produce high quality water, pre-treatment of desalination plants, potable water plants, etc.
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What happens when a major metropolitan area runs out of water?The 4.5 million residents of Cape Town are hoping they won’t have to find out. The South African city has been experiencing a severe water crisis since early 2017.
The city enforced water restrictions and mandated household rationing, a program that was called the New Normal.The program was aimed at preventing an outcome that seemed more and more inevitable: Day Zero, when taps across the city would run dry.
Source: The Atlantic
22. January 2020: The Environment Minister was arrested and charged with deliberate mismanagement and suspected of letting water supply be siphoned off for industrial use.
Pernik residents are struggling to get their basic water needs met on a day-to-day basis and have been protesting the water shortages for weeks.
Newly appointed mayor Stanislav Vladimorov deplored that civilian reservoirs were supplied at the expense of industrial ones. "The priority is to supply civilians first," he told Euronews.
Source: EURO NEWS
07. June 2019: There were 26,082 burst pipes between 2015 and February 2019, according to the report. Water companies were urged to "up their game" and crack down on leaks.
London's growing population is also putting pressure onto the capital's sewerage system, causing pollution to be leaked into the River Thames and burst pipes.
Calculations revealed that a severe drought could cost London's economy £330 million per day.
Source: Evening Standard
28. January 2020: Despite major efforts from various countries, the world is off track in achieving the sustainable development goal on water.
The situation is so tenuous that the Global Risk Report 2020 from the World Economic Forum has ranked “water crises” as the world’s top risks with regard to its impact and likelihood.
The Beyond Scarcity: Water Security in the Middle East and North Africa report shows how Arab countries have been facing great pressure due to population growth and climate change, with more than 60% of the population affected by high or very high water stress, compared to a global average of about 35%.
The Five I’s to Leapfrog in Achieving Water Security and Sustainable Development:
Source: WORLD BANK
Ajay Kanoujiya - Owner & General Manager of Al Nouras Automatic Laundry
We at Al Nouras Automatic Laundry had the pleasure of getting introduced to water recycling by Hillsbridge Investment Group.
The cooperative staff of Hillsbridge provided us with lots of knowledge about water and its management.
We are glad to have Hillsbridge as a part of our business because we save money and reduce wastage of one of the most valuable resources on earth - water.
DP World - UAE Region
DP World UAE Region's approach to sustainability goes beyond fulfilling a legal obligation. Sustainability is a fundamental aspect of being a responsible business; for our customers, our people, our society and our environment.
Water recycling is an integral part of DP World's water conservation program to reduce our water footprint.
We are happy that Hillsbridge contributes to DP World's sustainability goals by recycling water in our staff accommodation.
What does recycled water look like? How does YOUR recycled water look like?
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Water has become a focus, globally. Concerns about water scarcity and quality are on the rise. A more circular and therefore more sustainable economy requires valuing wastewater for its potential, rather than discarding or ignoring it.
More than just an alternative source of water, safe wastewater management could help protect our ecosystems and give us clean water, energy, nutrients and other recoverable materials.
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