The Guardian (UK) (5/27) reports, "A serious approach to water stewardship is written into the Coca-Cola corporate water strategy, which aims to reduce, recycle and replenish the water the company uses to make its beverages." The company's water strategy "extends to watershed protection, sustainable communities, and raising awareness – with the aim of inspiring other people and companies to act." Coca-Cola intends for each of its bottling plants to focus on the sustainability of water resources as part of the process of making Coca-Cola's products. "To meet its goal of replenishing all the water it uses" by 2020, "Coca-Cola invests in community water partnership projects and since 2005, the company has been involved in more than 300 of these."
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