Recognition of our work
|A Blueprint to Safeguard Europe’s Water Resources: Commission Staff Working Document Impact Assessment.|
“Regarding labelling of products or supply chains, there are global or European-wide initiatives such as the forthcoming ISO standard 14046 expanding the scope of the water footprint to life cycle analysis, the European Water Stewardship part of the global Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS), etc. These initiatives may contribute to awareness raising for sustainable water management but their success will largely depend on whether they will be implemented on a large scale e.g. thanks to regulatory requirements or to awareness campaigns.”
|Resources available to business to quantify and reduce the water impacts of their water use. Final Report. Defra|
“According to two business users, the main reason for choosing EWSS is having a recognised scheme for water management that provides investors and the general public with a global understanding. As a follow-up to the ISO 1001 certification for environmental management, both companies expressed the need for a water-specific scheme to strengthen their image, especially for the paper company, whose specific activity is usually considered as a significant user of water. In that regards, EWSS is a simple easy to understand and fosters a corporate water management strategy with an aggregated scoring while increasing visibility to consumers.”
|Bthere Inflight magazine of Brussels Airline. May 2012|
“Together with the European Water Stewardship (EWS), The Brussels Airport Company is one of the first airports tackling this challenge by evaluating and implementing a strategy for an improved water management.”
|UPM Pilots the European Water Stewardship Principles. UPM|
“As sustainable water use is the focus of UPM’s Responsibility Principles, UPM tested the EWS standard for the UPM Hürth mill in Germany. UPM was one of the first paper industry companies to test the four EWS principles for paper production. Contrary to Water Footprint, the EWS system does not provide any figures but determines the level of sustainable water management.” For the full document please see here.
|Inogen associate ‘HPC’ is first recommended consultant for European Water Stewardship (EWS) in Germany.|
For the full article, see here.
EWS in the Media
EWS Mineral Water Bottler Certification-Chaudfontaine
EWS First Chemical Certification-BASF
- BASF Recieves European Water Stewardship Certificate. Environmental Expert.
- BASF Recieves European Water Stewardship Certificate. CSR Wire
- BASF Awarded European Water Stewardship’s Gold Level Status. OoskaNews
- New stewardship plan for key pulse herbicide. Farmers Weekly
- BASF Received EWS Certificate. FoodBev
- BASF Tarragone recibe la certificación de oro de EWS por su gestión sostenible del agua. (Spanish) Iagua
- BASF erhält European Water Stewardship-Zertifikat. (German) BASF Newsletter
- BASF First Chemical Company to Receive Gold Level European Water Stewardship Certificate. Sustainable Brands
- Euroscope: The Middle East Tradition and Transformation. The BASF employee magazine for Region Europe.
EWS First Certification-Coca-Cola Europe
- First Ever European Water Stewardship Standard Certification awarded to Coca-Cola. EurActiv.
- European Water Stewardship: First Gold Level Certification. International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River.
- Coca Cola receives first certifications for water stewardship. EdieWater.
- First ever European water stewardship standard certification awarded to Coca-Cola. Environmental Expert.
- Coca Cola commended for its water stewardship. 2Degrees Network.
- European Water Stewardship Standard: First Certifications. Alphagalileo.