Soft drinks companies pouring money down the drain

By Soft Drinks International | 13 September 2006

Water shortages, leaking mains and drought orders have focused attention in recent months on both domestic and business water usage - and more importantly wastage. Kate Gallagher of the government-backed environmental advice organisation Envirowise looks at how UK soft drinks companies can benefit from greater water efficiency.

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Water shortages, leaking mains and drought orders have focused attention in recent months on both domestic and business water usage - and more importantly wastage. Kate Gallagher of the government-backed environmental advice organisation Envirowise looks at how UK soft drinks companies can benefit from greater water efficiency.

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