Water is emerging as a strategic consideration for the best corporations in all businesses—from microelectronics to retail stores. The Fortune 100 companies of the future are working today to apply new approaches to onsite water management to make their operations resilient in the thirsty times to come.
Prepare for Water Scarcity
Artemis helps companies that are working today to prepare for the challenges of water scarcity. We work with the operations team inside corporations to map current water uses and water management processes.
In order to bring in the most efficient advanced technologies into existing operations—from a food processing factory to a retail store—it’s essential to chart the water cycles within operations, from supply to use to disposal. That water cycle map is an essential tool in gauging true water risk as well as for reviewing water conservation opportunities.
With a view of water cycles within critical operations, Artemis Water Strategy seeks out the most relevant technologies to meet a company’s goals. We maintain a comprehensive global database of proven advanced water technologies from all over the world. The water technologies we work with can address:
- Regulatory compliance for storm water and wastewater
- Damaging water leaks
- Saving money by pre-treating wastewater onsite
- Disposing of toxic or caustic materials, without impacting municipal wastewater streams
- Expanding water reuse
After optimizing water management processes for a retail operation, analysis showed that recommendations from Artemis Water Strategy could save 80%-90% of the drinking water and 80% of the wastewater sent to municipal water treatment. In addition, water savings translated into energy savings, cutting more than 85% of the energy needed to transport water into that store—and more than the energy savings from their rooftop solar panels.
Plan for Resilience
Contact us today to find out how Artemis Water Strategy can help your organization achieve operational excellence in water management and thrive in a water-constrained world.