Net Zero

The race to net zero is on. How are water utilities rising to the challenges of lower emissions?

Learn from those setting the pace and discover how you can move further, faster, in a race we can all win.

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Reducing the water sector’s greenhouse gas (GHG) footprint is essential to delivering the world’s decarbonization agenda. Lowering GHG emissions will also lessen the impact of climate change over time, alleviating the sector’s adaptation burden.

Innovative water utilities are showing that GHG emissions are a solvable problem and that data-driven approaches can drive meaningful progress, whatever the operational circumstances. Their experiences provide a blueprint for decarbonization.

Decarbonization Roadmap

 

Check out our latest paper showing how water utilities are moving fast towards net zero,
practically and affordably.

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Learn more about the water sector's race to net zero:

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Learn about some of the strategies that are helping utilities reduce emissions.

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Contact Xylem to learn more

To discover the strategies best suited to your operations, contact the Xylem team at NetZero@xylem.com

Net-Zero Roadmap

Dive into the strategies to reach net zero and the technologies enabling progress.

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Towards a zero-carbon future

Read our previous paper on the technologies enabling utilities to reach net zero.

Mapping the route to water utility decarbonization

Hear from Xylem's Austin Alexander about the importance of decarbonization for the sector and the first steps utilties can take on their journey to net zero.

Mapping Water's Carbon Footprint

Read more about GWI's detailed model of global greenhouse gas emissions from water infrastructure in their recent white paper 'Mapping Water's Carbon Footprint'.