Nestlé Waters Will Celebrate World Water Day in 31 Countries on 22 March


World Water Day LogoWorld Water Day 2013: “Cooperating for Water”

World Water Day 2013 will be held under the theme of “Water Cooperation”, as part of the United Nations International Year of Water CooperationWorld Water Day is the occasion for Nestle Waters to help raise awareness and educatkey stakeholders, including children and employees, about caring for water and healthy hydration.Most events at Nestle Waters are organised around educational activities on water developed by our long-term partner, The Project WET Foundation (Water Education for Teachers).

2013 is the fourth consecutive year that the company is celebrating World Water Day on a global scale: 31 countries, over 15,000 children and around 500 employees are involved.John J. Harris, President and CEO of Nestle Waters says: “Cooperation around water flows throughout Nestle Waters: from the work we do on responsible water resource management to our partnership with The Project WET Foundation. I’m proud of the cooperation our teams are engaged in today, World Water Day, with partners, local schools, and fellow collaborators, to together raise awareness about the importance of freshwater.”

About Project WET: first launched in 1984 in the United States, Project WET is non-governmental organisation (NGO) that develops educational tools to raise awareness of water amongst children. Nestle Waters has been one of their major partners since 1992.  About Nestle Waters: Founded in 1992, Nestle Waters is the water division of the

Nestle Group. Nestle Waters employs more than 32,000 people and is present in 130 countries with a portfolio of 64 brands including Nestle Pure Life, Perrier, S. Pellegrino, Poland Spring, Vittel, Buxton

For more information:

Official World Water Day 2013 [http://www.unwater.org/watercooperation2013/index.html
– Project Wet Foundation [http://www.projectwet.org ]

Nestle Waters [http://www.nestle-waters.com/media/mediainformation/presskits ] /
Nestle Waters water resource management [http://www.nestle-waters.com/water ]

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