Poland Spring Observes World Water Day

In observance of World Water Day on Friday, March 22, 2019, Nestlé Waters North America’s Poland Spring held roundtable discussions about water sustainability, and led educational programs and activities with local schools.

Water is our business and our passion at Nestlé Waters North America. From the way we carefully manage our spring sources to our commitment to water education, protecting and preserving this precious shared resource is the most important part of what we do every day.

David Tulauskas, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer at Nestlé Waters North America
Poland Spring’s Heidi Havu tells the students how preforms are delivered to the blowmolder
Poland Spring’s Heidi Havu tells the students how preforms are delivered to the blowmolder

On World Water Day, the 5th graders of Buxton Center Elementary School learned about World Water Day and the Alliance for Water Stewardship during a presentation at their schools. In Kingfield, eighteen fourth graders from Kingfield Elementary took a tour of Poland Spring’s bottling plant and participated in Project WET activities, while in Poland, local leaders toured the Poland Spring facility and participated in roundtable discussions about water sustainability.

A week later, the Hollis bottling plant opened its doors to give the Buxton Elementary students a tour of the facility.

Poland Spring’s Lisa Calabria explain how a capper works
Poland Spring’s Lisa Calabria explain how a capper works

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