The Flow of Water + Events

Water + Events: How They Flow Together

World Water Day is March 22 and to honor one of the most precious resources we have on this planet, we are shining a spotlight on water. “Dive” in with us to look at how the meeting and event industry uses water and how we can all reduce our water waste with a few simple planning tips from PRA’s Director of Corporate Social Responsibility, Courtney Lohmann.

World Water Day

Clean Water and Sanitation is one of the 17 Goals outlined by the UN in their Sustainable Development Goals.  Water is so important, ensuring it’s here as a resource for a long time is part of a Global awareness program. While water means something different to each and every person, it is a lifeline for us all.

For many years, we have talked about how corporate meetings and events can have a large waste footprint. Part of that footprint is related to water, where it is used for food preparation and cooking, beverages, materials produced and used at events, in transportation (something has to clean the vehicle!), sanitation, and more. There is not a single part of your event that doesn’t utilize water in some way, shape or form! That being said, we can have a big impact on how we save water and reduce the footprint we create. Here are PRA’s tips on how to easily reduce your water usage at your next corporate event.

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