Sustainable Development


Photo de Acqua Panna, Italy  

Acqua Panna, Italy

Rights > Royalty free for illustration of a press article

Date >  2017

Photographer > Sandrine Alouf

Description > A 1,300ha nature reserve around Aqua Panna spring in Tuscany, Italy






 

Agrivair, Vittel (France)

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Description >  Established in 1992 by Nestlé Waters in Vittel, France, Agrivair is an agricultural advisory company, with the objective to help farmers improve their agricultural practices.






Photo de Glass for recycling  

Glass for recycling

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Description > Nestlé Waters is particularly involved in collection and recycling activities for used PET and glass packaging.






Photo de Henniez spring, Switzerland  

Henniez spring, Switzerland

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Photographer > L. Deriaz

Description > The Henniez's spring in Switzerland is located in a protected environment.






Photo de Henniez, Switzerland  

Henniez, Switzerland

Rights > Royalty free for illustration of a press article

Date >  2017

Photographer > Sandrine Alouf

Description > Taking advantage of the protected and clean environment around the spring, a local beekeeper has set up several successful hives, and honey is now being produced at Henniez.






Photo de Impluvium, Vittel (France)  

Impluvium, Vittel (France)

Rights > Royalty free for illustration of a press article

Description > Nestlé Waters applies robust water resource protection measures (10,000 hectares around the Vittel & Contrex springs are under the responsibility of Agrivair). Resource protection extends to the whole catchment area, the impluvium, which may cover as much as 10 000 hectares, as is the case for the Vittel and Contrex springs in France.






Photo de Perrier, France  

Perrier, France

Rights > Royalty free for illustration of a press article

Date >  2017

Photographer > Sandrine Alouf

Description > At the Perrier spring in Vergèze, France, preventing forest fires in the catchment area is a key component of Nestlé Waters’ systematic water ressource protection policy.






Photo de PET bottles compacted for recycling  

PET bottles compacted for recycling

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Description > The recycling of PET bottles, which started in the 1990s, has now reached significant mass. Some 3.3 million tonnes of PET bottles were collected and recycled worldwide in 2006 (vs 1.2 million tonnes in 2001)* *Sources: PCI






Photo de Project WET  

Project WET

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Photographer > Rab Cummings, Project WET Foundation

Description > Project WET is an international water science and education programme. It produces educational materials that are aimed at improving children, teachers and communities’ awareness of water resources and its management and protection. Project WET began in 1984 and has since trained over 400.000 teachers, reaching several million children, and is present in more than 20 countries across five continents. Nestlé Waters North America first partnered with Project WET in 1992. Since the global partnership began in 2001, Nestlé Waters subsidiaries and employees have become increasingly engaged in the programme, developing the Project WET in the US, Canada, the Philippines, Hungary, Lebanon, the United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Italy, France and most recently in Thaïland.






Photo de Project WET (logo)  

Project WET (logo)

Rights > Royalty free for illustration of a press article

Description > Project WET is an international water science and education programme. It produces educational materials that are aimed at improving children, teachers and communities’ awareness of water resources and its management and protection. Project WET began in 1984 and has since trained over 400.000 teachers, reaching several million children, and is present in more than 20 countries across five continents. Nestlé Waters North America first partnered with Project WET in 1992. Since the global partnership began in 2001, Nestlé Waters subsidiaries and employees have become increasingly engaged in the programme, developing the Project WET in the US, Canada, the Philippines, Hungary, Lebanon, the United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Italy, France and most recently in Thaïland.






Photo de Recycling of plastic  

Recycling of plastic

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Description > The recycling of PET bottles, which started in the 1990s, has now reached significant mass. Some 3.3 million tonnes of PET bottles were collected and recycled worldwide in 2006 (vs 1.2 million tonnes in 2001)* *Sources: PCI






Photo de S.Pellegrino, Italy  

S.Pellegrino, Italy

Rights > Royalty free for illustration of a press article

Date >  2017

Photographer > Sandrine Alouf

Description > Italian heritage of the San Pellegrino Terme nearby Bergamo, Italy






Photo de Surveillance for forest fires in Vergèze, France  

Surveillance for forest fires in Vergèze, France

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Description > At the Perrier spring in Vergèze, France, preventing forest fires in the catchment area is a key component of Nestlé Waters’ systematic water ressource protection policy.






Photo de Vittel catchment area, France  

Vittel catchment area, France

Rights > Royalty free for illustration of a press article

Description > Nestlé Waters applies robust water resource protection measures (10,000 hectares around the Vittel & Contrex springs are under the responsibility of Agrivair). Resource protection extends to the whole catchment area, the impluvium, which may cover as much as 10 000 hectares, as is the case for the Vittel and Contrex springs in France.






Photo de Vittel, France  

Vittel, France

Rights > Royalty free for illustration of a press article

Date >  2017

Photographer > Sandrine Alouf

Description > Nestlé Waters applies robust water resource protection measures (10,000 hectares around the Vittel & Contrex springs are under the responsibility of Agrivair). Resource protection extends to the whole catchment area, the impluvium, which may cover as much as 10 000 hectares, as is the case for the Vittel and Contrex springs in France.






Photo de Water drop  

Water drop

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Photographer > Fotolia

Description > Because every drops count, NW preserves and respects the environment.