The Carbon Cost of Water in Reaching Net Zero

Thursday 25th November 2021
11:00  -  11:50

Theatre :  Energy & Carbon Management Strategy 

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Whilst the role of water efficiency in helping us adapt to climate change and changes in future water availability is relatively well understood, the contribution that reducing water consumption can make to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, mitigating further climate change and reaching Net Zero is often overlooked.

  • Do you know how much carbon emissions are associated with your water consumption?
  • How much carbon emissions could you save through water efficiency?

 

Andrew Tucker Water Efficiency Manager Thames WaterAndrew Tucker Water Efficiency Manager
Thames Water
Jacob TompkinsJacob Tompkins OBE Chief Technology Officer
The Water Retail Company
laura white projects and research manager waterwiseLaura White Projects and Research Manager
Waterwise

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