Ford puts the brakes on water use with 8.5 per cent cut

BusinessGreen: Ford slashed the amount of water it uses to make each vehicle by 8.5 per cent last year, moving the car maker more than halfway towards its target of using just four cubic metres per vehicle globally by 2015. The company has decreased its global water consumption from 64 million cubic metres to 24 million cubic metres since 2000, mainly due to new methods for monitoring and managing water use at its facilities. For example, its Cologne engine plant halved water use per engine through the use......

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