Apple and Alliance for Water Stewardship continue their work for sustainable water use
What you need to know
- Apple and the Alliance for Water Stewardship continue to work together.
- The pair are working towards more sustainable water use.
Apple and the Alliance for Water Stewardship today outlined their continued work to helping others make better use of water in China. Sustainable water use is the ultimate aim, with the number of companies in Apple's supply chain with certifications from the alliance reaching 13.
Sharing the information via a Newsroom post, the Alliance for Water Stewardship said that it's promising to see more Apple supply chain partners now able to pick up certificates.
This is just one part of Apple's Clean Water Project. That itself is also part of a wider Apple project as it hopes to have its suppliers also join its aim to become 100% carbon neutral before 2030 rolls around.
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