Tedagua has received the AENOR certification for the calculation of its corporate water footprint during the year 2023
- Tedagua has developed a methodology endorsed by the Water Footprint Network (WFN) to carry out the calculation of its water footprint during 2023 across all its lines of activity.
- The distinction reaffirms the company's commitment to protecting the natural environment and minimizing environmental impact as much as possible.
Tedagua received from AENOR (Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification) the certificate for the calculation of its corporate water footprint, a result of the management of such a vital resource as water. This management is part of one of the company's core values, which is to contribute to sustainable development and minimize the environmental impact of the company's activities.
The certification presentation event was attended by Silvia Ruano, head of Tedagua's Environmental Department, who received the distinction from Enrique Mejía Martín-Peñasco, AENOR's director in Madrid.
In the business context, corporate water footprint is the indicator of freshwater consumption and pollution caused by activities, both in construction and operation, whether directly or indirectly, taking into account the entire supply chain.
Tedagua, in line with its goal of leading innovation in environmental matters, has developed a methodology to calculate its water footprint, following the well-recognized international system known as the Water Footprint Network (WFN). Based on this, it has calculated its water footprint – blue, green, and grey – during 2023 in all its lines of activity and selected two of them for verification by an accredited external entity, which will be extended to all its activities in the coming years.
This recognition reaffirms Tedagua's strong commitment to the environment and to a more sustainable society.