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Britvic is committed to the highest standards of water stewardship and is proud to be supporting The Rivers Trust’s Water Stewardship Programme.
Membership of the programme will see Britvic working with their local Rivers Trust in taking practical action to improve the quality of waterways near our production sites.
Membership of the programme will see Britvic working with their local Rivers Trust in taking practical action to improve the quality of waterways near its production sites. This activity will see:
- Britvic’s Leeds factory and The Aire Rivers Trust working together to improve biodiversity near the site
- Britvic’s Rugby factory and Severn Rivers Trust working together on a range of conservation projects including tree planting and wetland and meadow creation
- Britvic’s Beckton factory in London working with Thames21 to help restore 1.2Km of the River Roding near Wanstead Park
Employees from all three sites will also be involved in volunteering activities including habitat restoration.
Nestlé Waters, “The Healthy Hydration Company”, is the water division of the Nestlé Group. Created in 1992, it is today the number one bottled water company worldwide, posting positive organic growth while significantly reducing energy and water consumption.
"Water is a shared, precious and renewable resource that must be cared for to preserve it for future generations. We are committed to water stewardship and working collaboratively with stakeholders to safeguard the water in the catchments in which we operate. We are proud to support The Rivers Trust and the work that they are doing in this vital area of healthy rivers across the UK&I."
Nestle Waters representative
Marks & Spencer are proud to support projects to reduce water stress in key sourcing locations as part of the Courtauld 2025 Water Ambition.
"The Rivers Trust plays a vital role in designing and leading the UK projects we support, which benefit significantly from their water expertise and ability to convene and mobilise stakeholders for change."
Through the1% for the Planet programme, Set Store have signed up to support The Rivers Trust to help improve river networks in the UK.
"The clothing industry is the largest polluter of micro-plastics into our waterways and we want to help to reverse that, improve our rivers and make a difference.
“We know rivers are an important part of the natural environment, they provide a habitat for so many creatures and unlimited enjoyment through recreation and sporting pursuits. We should be able to respect rivers and co-exist alongside them, lessening any impact we have on them too."
Jack, Set Clothing
In-Situ manufactures water level, water quality and flow monitoring instrumentation for groundwater, surface water, and coastal waters.
"In-Situ's mission is ‘to monitor and protect the world’s water resources through innovative technologies to ensure increasingly precious resources are available for generations to come’ which is why they are proud to support The Rivers Trust."
The Rivers Trust is helping The Coca-Cola Foundation to create positive change in the environment. To find out more about the Coca-Cola foundation’s goal to replenish all the water they use, take a look at the Replenish project.
"Water is our number one ingredient and we’re committed to the highest standards of water stewardship, including replenishing all the water we use as a business. To help us achieve this we’re proud to be working with The Rivers Trust to deliver water management projects to improve water quality and quantity. We love working with such an expert grassroots organisation that can deliver real benefits to the river environment and local communities."
Working together with The Greggs Foundation, we set up the Community Challenge Fund and the Community Urban River Regeneration Fund to offer local Trusts in England, Wales and Scotland the chance to bid for funding to run education and community-based environment projects. The programme of work enables local people to take an active role in river management, including through citizen science, and embed a lasting connection to their river.
The Rivers Trust provides overall management of the wider project, working closely with Afonydd Cymru (the Welsh grouping of Rivers Trusts) and Rivers and Fisheries Trusts Scotland (RAFTS).
"We are particularly delighted to be supporting The Rivers Trust, which involves engaging the local community (including schools) to deliver programmes that educate the next generation about how to care for the environment."
Tracy Lynch, The Greggs Foundation Manager