Stockholm Industry Water Award
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The Stockholm Industry Water Award recognises impressive contributions made by businesses and industries to improve the world water situation. The honorary prize has been awarded annually since its inception in 2000 with an aim to encourage and reward improved business performance, production and innovation to reduce industrial water consumption and pollution. The award is presented at the World Water Week in Stockholm each August. The prize was established by the Stockholm Water Foundation in collaboration with the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. It is administrated by the Stockholm International Water Institute.
2013 Netafim, Israel
For its "remarkable achievements, helping farmers across the world to ‘grow more with less,' which directly contribute to a more water- and food-secure world."
2012 PepsiCO, India
For "its efforts to increase water efficiency, conserving nearly 16 billion litres of water in 2011 from a 2006 baseline, demonstrating that responsible water use makes good business sense."
2011 Nestlé SA, Switzerland
For "its unwavering commitment, establishing itself as a leader in smart water management, and providing an example for other food producers and distributors to follow."
2010 Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority, Cambodia
2009 Trojan Technologies, Canada
For their contribution to a viable competitive industry in the area of ultraviolet technologies which has advanced worldwide regulatory acceptance, overcome many limitations of existing technologies, and provided a new means of protecting public health and developing new sources of water supply.
2007 Public Utilities Board (PUB), Singapore
For their holistic approach to water resources management which made water use sustainable for different sectors of society in a unique and challenging urban island environment.
2006 Sydney Water Corporation, Australia
For their “Every Drop Counts (EDC) Business Program” which demonstrates how the utility is working in partnership with business, industry and government to help ensure the long-term sustainability of Sydney’s water supply.
2005 Procter & Gamble, USA
In recognition of the development of the PUR (brand)|- Purifier of Water drinking water treatment system for households.
2004 Staple Fibre Division of Grasim Industries Ltd, India
For showing that a market leading manufacturer based in a developing country can significantly reduce its water usage, improve its overall environmental impact and be profitable.
2003 ZENON Environmental Inc, Canada
For their innovative ZENON’s ZeeWeed membrane technology which is regarded as a valuable contribution towards safeguarding potable water supplies.
2002 Kaldnes Miljöteknologi AS, Norway
For the development of the Moving Bed Process - a biological treatment method which makes wastewater treatment more efficient.
For proving that more products can be manufactured with less water, and that corporate environmental sustainability can go hand-in-hand with the financial bottom line.
2000 Northumbrian Water Limited, United Kingdom
For their forward looking initiative at achieving a regional solution to sewage treatment and disposal, in co-operation with local government and regulatory agencies, businesses and other non-governmental organisations.
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