Nestle water has announced that starting today they will be using a new data analysis mechanism across all its factories located in more than 20 countries.
Hell-bent on encouraging efficiency in all its business processes involving use of water, this new solution is already in use in Egypt and Switzerland. It will assist in continuous assessment of water quantity and quality.
For their site in Egypt, Nestle worked in collaboration with another system dubbed Aquassay. This helped them to detect issues with water quality early enough and avoid a costly or unplanned shutdown.
Online application of this new technology helps users to collect and visualize information on devices like tablets, phones, or computer to aid the decision-making process. The information can also be used to troubleshoot and for maintenance purposes.
Sharing of information
Advanced data on use and water flow will allow Nestle to contribute information even further to honor its commitment to Alliance for water stewardship or AWS.
AWS certification is a program developed to encourage efficient use of water in the production process. It also encourages stakeholders to share information on hydrogeology with other key players and local communities. The result is a strong understanding of local issues relating to water availability and use.