A 40 percent water supply shortfall is expected globally by 2030, according to the United Nations. This means a business as usual water management strategy won’t work — and represents a $63 trillion risk, according to CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project).

Water crises present one of the top global risks over the next decade, according to the World Economic Forum. So how can corporations future-proof their water supply?

… Ten years ago, the conversation around treating wastewater was all about compliance, O’Callaghan says. Today, it’s about recovering raw materials. “There’s a very compelling return on investment when you approach an industry and say, ‘Do you know how much raw materials you are losing down your pipes? We can help you recover that.’ Now water companies’ have corporations’ ears because they are talking their language, making a case for return on investment and saving them money.”

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Using Griswold Water Systems’ IntegraClean 2.0 water treatment makes a substantial savings in water use as well as providing for reuse of chemical-free discharge.