Developer of the World’s Leading Water Tools for Business

Secure water resources and the ability to discharge have emerged as critical issues affecting economic activity, development, and business around the world. CH2M HILL has worked with global business organizations and companies to develop the world’s leading water tools that help individual companies across sectors identify their most significant water-related risks both globally and locally and the steps they should take to cost-effectively manage risk, report water performance and capitalize on opportunities. These tools are available free in the public domain along with supporting documentation to help companies use the tools and take action from outcomes.

The Global Water Tool

The Global Water Tool
Developed in conjunction with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, the Global Water Tool assists companies in mapping their water use and assess risks relative to their global operations and supply chains. The Global Water Tool now includes sector customizations for power utilities and the oil and gas industry, as well as the cement industry.

Watch demo webinar: GWT for Oil and Gas

Download tool: GWT for Cement

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The Local Water Tool

The Local Water Tool
Developed in conjunction with the Global Environmental Management Institute, the Local Water Tool assists companies in evaluating the external impacts, business risks, opportunities and management plans related to water use and discharge at a specific site or operation. The Local Water Tool links into the Global Water Tool, as well as includes a sector customization for the oil and gas industry and cement companies, providing a set of tools that companies can use to sustainable manage water in their operations.

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WaterMatch

 

WaterMatch

Developed by CH2M HILL, WaterMatch is a grassroots, goodwill initiative that uses the power of social networking and geospatial mapping to connect water generators with water users to promote the beneficial reuse of municipal effluent by industry and agriculture.

Recognizing the importance of water reuse and the low rates of implementation around the world, corporations, organizations and universities from around the world are signing on. The site has more than 21,000 new water resources mapped in 45 countries and is growing daily.

Visit WaterMatch and join the water reuse revolution