BASF adopts water stewardship standard
Global chemical company BASF has announced it will implement the European Water Partnership's stewardship standard at all its sites in "water-stressed locations" by 2020The announcement followed the firm’s six-month pilot of the water sustainability standard at its Verbund site in Germany. The standard, which was officially launched in November 2011, was created to h
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