2015 Xylem Sustainability Report

2015 Xylem Sustainability Report

As the world continues to face the challenges of climate change, a growing global population and increasing urbanization, our natural resources are at risk – especially water. As a leading global water technology company, Xylem (NYSE: XYL) is committed to solving water issues, which is a pre-condition for advancing sustainability in all forms. Xylem outlined its latest progress in its 2015 Sustainability Report.

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Xylem’s Online Tool Helps Customers Meet Eco-Efficiency Goals
In mid-2015, after a year-long pilot program, Xylem rolled out its Eco-Efficiency Easy Tool for use at our global sites. This web-enabled tool better enables sites to evaluate and select best practices to reduce energy and water use, and minimize waste. By the end of 2015, eco-efficiency plans — including selected actions for implementation, responsible persons and completion dates — had been...
Jul 21, 2016 8:00 AM ET
Xylem Recycling Rain for Product Test Tanks
Xylem pump manufacturing plants around the world submerge their products in water-filled tanks to test their performance. Increasingly, a number of these sites are collecting rainwater to fill the tanks and lower their water consumption. In 2015, two Xylem sites in South America installed systems to collect and reuse rainwater for their test tanks, joining other sites in Canada and the...
Jul 19, 2016 8:00 AM ET
Xylem Recognizing Outstanding Safety Results
As featured in the 2015 XYLEM SUSTAINABILITY REPORT In 2015, Xylem created enterprise-wide Safety Excellence Awards to recognize sites across all our businesses that achieved...
Jul 14, 2016 8:00 AM ET
Using Xylem Technology to Heal the Chesapeake
As featured in the 2015 XYLEM SUSTAINABILITY REPORT As excessive nutrients entered the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, fueling large and harmful algae blooms, we partnered with a...
Jul 12, 2016 8:00 AM ET
Treating Wastewater With Less Water Waste
Our Leopold Oxelia™ filtration system is a multi-barrier solution that combines ozone oxidation and biologically active filtration into a single process. This solution is powerful and flexible enough to eliminate “contaminants of emerging concern” that can pass through conventional wastewater treatment processes. If these contaminants are discharged back into surface waters, they can cause...
Jun 29, 2016 12:00 PM ET

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