Nestlé Waters achieves water stewardship certification at two sites in Texas

Nestlé Waters North America receives the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) International Water Stewardship Standard at their South Houston and Pasadena bottling facilities making these the first for any company in Texas to be awarded the accreditation and their ninth and tenth certification for the company. These certifications reaffirm the company’s efforts towards sustainable water use.

“We are proud that both our Pasadena and South Houston facilities have been awarded the AWS certification which appropriately spotlights their exceptional efforts to help preserve and protect shared water resources and support the communities where we live and operate. The intended outcomes from applying the AWS Standard are good water governance, healthy status of water-related areas, good water quality conditions, sustainable water balance and safe water, sanitation and hygiene for all. This is a very rigorous global water stewardship standard, and achieving certification is testimony to how committed NWNA is to sustainably managing natural resources.”  

– Alex Gregorian, Vice President, Head of Technical and Production, Nestlé Waters North America.

Read more about Nestle’s commitment to protecting the water resources within the communities they’re located, supported by the AWS stewardship framework.