Every business is a water reliant business. Without safe, reliable water and wastewater infrastructure, stores close and assembly lines grind to a halt. Water is also a main ingredient in our products and the processes we use to build them. Businesses rank water as a top corporate concern and a priority investment for a secure supply chain. As our water infrastructure ages, the status quo is no longer an option, and businesses are finding creative ways to use, reuse, and manage water safely and sustainably. By prioritizing holistic water management into business models, companies can enhance decision making, reduce costs, manage long-term water-related risks, improve resiliency and competitiveness, attract investor interest, and enhance their brand and reputation.
Join the Value of Water Campaign and senior private sector executives for a discussion on how companies are driving innovative water management practices and navigating the challenges of today’s complex water landscape. This event is hosted in partnership with the National Association of Counties and the National League of Cities.
- Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson of Gary, Indiana, First Vice President of the National League of Cities
- Penny Gross, Supervisor, Fairfax County, Virginia
- Jason Andringa, CEO, Vermeer Corporation
- Michelle Patron, Director of Sustainability Policy, Microsoft
- Kimberly Kupiecki, Global Lead for Sustainability, Advocacy, and Communications, DowDupont
- Radhika Fox, Director of the Value of Water Campaign and CEO of the US Water Alliance.
On behalf of the Value of Water Campaign and hosted in partnership with the National Association of Counties and National League of Cities, join us for an Infrastructure Week reception following our panel discussion on the rooftop of 660 North Capitol St. NW, Washington DC.