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PepsiCo Achieves its First Circular Water System in Mexico Production Facility

Ken Silverstein of Environment+Energy Leader reports that PepsiCo has achieved a circular water system in its Mexico production facility.

The C3 Take
  • From April to July of 2022 PepsiCo achieved a fully circular water system at its Vallejo, Mexico plant and consumed no freshwater.
  • The company was able to do this by investing in rainwater harvesting and condensation and water recovery technologies.
  • The freshwater saved is equivalent to the annual water consumption of 4,000 families.
  • PepsiCo plans to implement these techniques in other plants to reduce its environmental footprint.

“By not drawing any water from the municipal water supply, the company can continue its operations without impacting the local watershed and its communities, ensuring it maintains a consistent and dependable presence as a regional partner.”

Read the full article here.

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