The debrief: How Nestlé halved its emissions and slashed its water use

Food and drink giant Nestlé has cut water use by 60% and halved its greenhouse gas emissions over the past 10 years. Paul Hatchwell looks at its award-winning approach and lessons learned

Diary at Sandyford farm in Scotland

Sandyford farm in Scotland is one of Nestlé’s milk suppliers

This July, food and drink giant Nestlé UK & Ireland (UK & I) was bestowed with the 2018 Environmental Sustainability award by charity Business in the Community for resource efficiency and emissions reduction, both in-house and along its supply chain.

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