Showcase your positive
Disclosure is an essential element of addressing water risk and security. Whether you want to communicate about your efforts, meet stakeholder expectations or achieve independent recognition, transparency is a pre-requisite to effective water stewardship.
As the only UK partner of the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) for Water Security, Waterscan has the tools, experience, and expertise to prepare your business for water reporting and submissions to a range of disclosure schemes.
How we can help
Ensure that you’re compliant and prepared for all future legislation that may impact your business, plus obtain a deeper understanding of your business water usage through water footprinting, risk assessments and catchment management plans. This will lead to long-term strategies that improve your water performance year on year and create greater public awareness of your water efficiency work.
With disclosure, there is equal importance placed on water across withdrawals, discharge, supply chain usage, consumption and cost, meaning that you will have clear visibility on all aspects of water.
Thousands of organisations disclose their carbon footprint, but many do not extend their reporting to cover water due to its complexity. We give you the specialised, unique data set required to disclose on water. There are more variables to consider including location, seasonality, and population dynamics.
Delivering your water priorities
Protecting water resources and
demonstrating best practice.
Creating a positive perception in the eyes
of consumers, communities and investors.
Compliance with government legislation
and voluntary NGO schemes.
Reduced water consumption through
meaningful insight, disclosure feedback
scores and collaboration.
What we’ve helped clients achieve
Reaching the ‘A list’
Improvements in water scarcity disclosure scores, consistently above B and reaching the ‘A list’.
Clear strategic direction
And identify areas to focus improvements.
Visibility on water
All encompassing approach with clear
visibility on all aspects of water.
5 tips to improve your CDP disclosure
Each year, CDP opens its reporting platform from April to August in readiness for scoring in the autumn.
CDP: Water security performance revealed
The annual reveal of Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) scores is always a highly anticipated and interesting event.
TCFD a welcome tide of change
The UK government’s introduction of mandatory Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) reporting is a welcome evolution in corporate responsibility.
It’s time to bring water to the board table
“If you want to make progress on global challenges, start with water”, advises the World Economic Forum.
Get started with disclosure
Talk to a CDP accredited service provider by contacting us.