To Press Releases listJun 2, 2016
PUSLINCH, Ontario – Nestlé Waters Canada employees participated in an Earth Day spring clean-up initiative along local roadways, as part of the Wellington County Adopt-A-Road program on June 1st. In celebration of the company’s 150th year, this initiative is part of our creating shared value actions aiming at enhancing the lives of local residents and the community in which we operate.
Nestlé Waters Canada strives to have a positive impact in each and every community we are a part of, by forging partnerships with trusted and effective organizations like Adopt-A-Road. Approximately a dozen employees from Nestlé Waters Canada’s Puslinch office collected litter along Wellington Road 34 between Victoria Road and the Wellington-Halton county line and between Brock Road South and Highway 6.
The Adopt-A-Road Program is a public service initiative for volunteers to enhance the local litter collection activities of communities by cleaning up road right-of-ways. Participation in the program is a way for environmentally-conscious companies like Nestlé Waters Canada to contribute to cleaner and more beautiful community road systems.
About Nestlé Waters Canada
Established in 1970, Nestlé Waters Canada is affiliated with Nestlé Waters North America of Stamford, Connecticut. With headquarters in the Township of Puslinch, bottling facilities in Hope, British Columbia, and Puslinch and distribution facilities in Chilliwack, British Columbia; Puslinch and Laval, Quebec, approximately 400 employees support a network of more than 145 retailers across Canada.