Net Zero by 2040—Sustainability Scorecard: Manufacturing & Supply Chain
Water is a precious element, essential to all life on earth; it sustains us physically and emotionally. WhiteWater’s products use this vital resource and others to create wonderful, shared experiences all around the world. We recognize our responsibility that making fun with water must not risk our planet’s future; it is therefore our aim to be a sustainability leader ensuring all our activities are climate neutral by 2040.
Our promise is to work across every area of our business to minimize carbon and waste impacts, empowering our people and investing to ensure our products are the benchmark for sustainability in our industry. External certifications will support our sustainability objectives and our sustainability scorecard will track our progress. Our commitment to social responsibility is also to give back, with 1% of profits going to environmental charities to create a healthier planet, while working together with our clients to help achieve their sustainability goals, alongside ours.
Our Sustainability Scorecard is a holistic approach that will allow us to champion sustainability within our organization and industry, inspiring and educating as a leading voice for change.
World’s largest designer and manufacturer of water park products sets ambitious sustainability goals for the next 20 years to help drive change across the industry.
The world’s largest water park manufacturer is placing an urgent focus on sustainability in the attractions industry and setting ambitious corporate-wide goals.
In the Corporate area of our Sustainability Scorecard, WhiteWater is pursuing the ISO 14001 certification and making sustainable changes in its day-to-day operations.
In the Manufacturing & Supply Chain area of our Sustainability Scorecard, WhiteWater aims to halve its waste by 2030 and become net-zero by 2040.
At WhiteWater, we have set out on a journey to becoming more sustainable, setting benchmarks and goals for us to reach. That’s not to say, however, that we haven’t already started making strives to use less water and energy in our products and park design.
WhiteWater’s sustainability initiatives are being driven by its employees. With four teams dedicated to tackling our sustainability goals, it’s going to be a team effort to complete our sustainability scorecard.
With decades of experience, our team of experts have learned a thing or two about how to run attractions and parks more efficiently. We want to share that knowledge to help all parks operate more sustainably and have begun with our first webinar on how water parks can save water, energy, and money.