Nestle Waters

Nestle Waters

Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA) is built on the premise that success lies in being a responsible leader by creating value for consumers, communities, employees and other key stakeholders. We describe this as Creating Shared Value – a fundamental way of doing business. Our Corporate Citizenship goals in the areas of water, sustainability and community are pursued within a framework of Creating Shared Value.

NWNA sponsors SCA conservation programs in Oakland and 20 other U.S. cities, which provide paid green job opportunities and career skills to more than 1,500 diverse teens annually while they work to restore, protect and improve local parks. In addition to supporting SCA programs, NWNA employee volunteers join with SCA’s young conservation leaders throughout the year to conduct meaningful conservation service projects in parks and greens spaces where NWNA employees work and live.

  • Nestle Waters Sustainability
  • Northwest Coastal Cleanup Trip
  • Other NWNA Volunteer Events
  • Volunteer Event on Jones Beach
  • STANDING TOGETHER FOR COMMUNITIES

News, Stories & Projects

Old Faithful members headed toward the Kalaloch Lodge ouside of the Hoh Rainforest in Olympic National Park to take part in the 13th annual Washington Coastsavers Coastal Cleanup.

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Nestlé Waters teamed up with SCA at Jones Beach 

World famous Jones Beach State Park on the South Shore of Long Island hosts 6 to 8 million visitors annually on its 6.5 miles of beautiful white-sand beach on the Atlantic Ocean. Their work to erect 600 feet of erosion control fencing will protect the dunes from future storm events.

 

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The Edmonds crew worked in the Edmonds Marsh, located near the Edmonds waterfront, 20 miles north of Seattle. This site is owned by Edmonds Dept. of Parks & Recreation. The crew worked to remove 31,000 square feet of invasive plants from the boundary of the 26 acre marsh, while also removing trash and minimizing impact on native plants. 

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Partnership enables 1,500 urban teens to work in green jobs and connect with nature

Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 02, 2012 — More than 1,500 urban teens will work in paid green jobs and connect with nature this summer thanks in part to a renewed partnership between the Student Conservation Association (SCA) and Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA).

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In 2011, Nestle Waters employees partnered with SCA to complete vital conservation service to parks in Connecticut, Maine, Florida, California, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Colorado. Overall, projects ranged from planting trees to staining boardwalks and debris removal.

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