Castle Water champions Team Scotland
Castle Water is delighted to support Scottish Rugby and Team Scotland this Rugby World Cup 2019, through its sponsorship of The Scotsman’s coverage of the event.
“This is about championing Team Scotland – in sport, in business, and as an economy,” says Castle Water CEO, John Reynolds OBE.
“Scotland has long been at the forefront of innovation: ours was the first country in the world to launch a competitive water market back in 2008. What that has meant, in addition to more competitive pricing, is an increased focus on reducing water waste and the associated costs for organisations.”
At Castle Water, we’re clear on our corporate responsibility to improve water efficiency and all-round sustainability. We help our customers understand how much water they use, whether a business is small, large or multi-site. We identify smart ways to save water, save money, improve sustainability and measure water savings. Our online guides and weekly blog posts are full of free advice on water efficiency, plus tips to help save water and money all year round.
World Rugby has taken its own stance to help conserve resources by making several pledges including reduced travel and reducing, reusing and recycling waste materials wherever possible.
Scotland remains a leading light in terms of water efficiency and all-round sustainability, with new ambitious targets such as achieving net-zero emissions by 2045 and raising the ambition of the 2030 and 2040 targets to 70% and 90% emissions reductions respectively. These targets are ambitious, credible, and responsible and mean Scotland’s contribution to climate change will end, definitively, within a generation.
John Reynolds noted, “Efficient organisations in Scotland and England are leading the way and winning in business – here at Castle Water, we’re using our experience to help organisations across the UK to improve water efficiency. By saving water, businesses will cut costs, reduce carbon and improve sustainability. This is good for business, good for the economy and good for the environment.”