Water Management

The Chair of UN-Watera and President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Gilbert F. Houngbo, says: “If we are serious about limiting global temperature increases to below 2°C and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, we must act immediately. There are solutions for managing water and climate in a more coordinated manner and every sector of society has a role to play. We simply cannot afford to wait.”

According to the UN World Water Development Report 2020, 2.2 billion people currently do not have access to safely managed drinking water, and 4.2 billion, or 55% of the world’s population, are without safely managed sanitation, making Water a crucial and scarce resource. We can no longer be reckless in its exploitation.

To be on the right side of history we are dedicated to employing sustainable usage of water. Staying honest to our pledge, we will be conserving 50% water via 25% Reduction, 10% Reuse, and 15% Recycle. Our R&D and Engineering functions are strenuously working to come up with ways to reduce 25% of water by improving our processes and introducing new technologies. We are aiming to reutilize 10% of water at various steps to avoid wastage. We will be also employing treatment plants to recycle 15% of the chemicals-riddled water and bring it back to a usable state making an overall reduction of water consumption by 50%.

Reduce Water consumption by 50% through
Conservation & Process Improvement (25%)
Reuse in-use water (10%)
Recycling treated water (15%)