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Spotlight on ESG: Anglian Water

Anglian Water is the largest water and water recycling company in England and Wales by geographic area, supplying water and water recycling services to roughly seven million people. With a long coastline, and low rainfall in a low-lying region, Anglian Water’s strategy to adapt to the climate emergency is therefore critical and impacts its entire business operations and supply chain.

Central to Anglian Water’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategy is the goal to achieve net zero by 2030 and ensure that greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) are lower or equal to mitigation activities.

Read this case study to learn how the implementation of Copperleaf Portfolio™ empowers Anglian Water to innovate, achieve carbon reduction targets, and deliver greater value to customers. 

Delivering low carbon, low-cost solutions does not happen by chance. Having a single system where we can input the information required and then retrieve the data from one source in terms of carbon and cost has been an integral part of the success of our carbon journey.

David Riley

Head of Carbon Neutrality

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Copperleaf provides decision analytics to companies managing critical infrastructure. Headquartered in Vancouver, our solutions are distributed and supported by regional staff and partners worldwide.

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