Nieuw project gestart: WATERSPRING: Assessing water related risks to the industry and other stakeholders in a watershed
The production processes of Kimberly-Clark require considerable amounts of water. Being one of the big water users among other beneficial uses such as drinking water production, agriculture, ecology and recreation Kimberly-Clark want to take responsibility for sustainable water resource management in regions showing a risk of among others
water scarcity or water quality. Water related risks such as water scarcity or water quality deterioration should be assessed to ensure sufficient water of good quality for now and in the future. This is both of mutual interest for and a joint responsibility of all relevant stakeholders in a river basin at risk.