Corporate Sustainability

Increasingly, publicly traded companies are accounting for the impacts of their decisions on water usage and facilities’ discharges. The outcome of their growing focus will be increased conservation, water reuse, and more efficient water management.

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Big Data's thirst for water

Scaling demand for cloud-based data and service offerings, globally, is being matched by an increase in the number and size of data centers. This broader move away from closet-sized server rooms to million-square-foot facilities, better known as hyperscale data centers, presents widespread implications for water supplies, water management solutions, and local authorities. As a result, global data center water usage is projected to increase by 13% to 221 million gallons in 2021. >>Learn More

Corporate sustainability shaped by the "Amazon Effect"

The growing prevalence of online purchasing and door-to-door deliveries (e.g., consumer packages, takeout food), even in the absence of COVID-19, is accelerating on the heels of the “Amazon Effect”– disruption created by online, digital procurement in lieu of traditional brick and mortar businesses. Against this backdrop and the emerging impacts of corporate sustainability initiatives of consumer products companies, water management across the respective pulp & paper and petrochemical (e.g. plastic) supply chains is being impacted in parallel. >>Learn More

Companies work toward 2030 sustainability targets

Consumer product companies (e.g., Beauty & Personal Care, Food and Beverage) are setting more ambitious water efficiency targets for 2030. These days “going green” [or “going blue”] is considered good for the bottom line, and water plays well into sustainability goals and brand. Many companies are already allocating funds towards achieving these targets, like PepsiCo with Green Bonds and Tesla’s water reuse strategies at its gigafactories. >>Learn More



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Analyzing water opportunities, trends, and strategies across industries

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  • Corporate Sustainability Targets (by Industry)

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Corporate Subscriptions

Subscribe to receive ongoing, monthly data sets, reports, and insights on key topics related to the technology industry.

Subscription Options

Industrial Water

Analyzing water opportunities, trends, and strategies across industries

Water Reuse

Tracking reuse projects, the proliferation of advanced treatment technologies, project financing models, and water supply strategies

Data

Data Navigator

Access to Bluefield’s Data platform for more real-time data updates and relevant dashboards.

  • Corporate Sustainability Targets (by Industry)

Support & Interaction

Analyst Access

Dedicated team on-call to meet client inquiries, review forecast methodologies, or clarify proprietary data and analysis.

Custom Client Support

Board meeting presentations, onsite client workshops, and customer-focused events.

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