Nestlé Waters China Shares Ecolab’s Clean and Conserve Message with 62,000+ Students

One of the groups of children who received water education materials and training through Nestle Waters ChinaA group of children receiving water education materials and training through Nestle Waters China More than 160 schools and 62,000 students and families have new resources to teach about water thanks to the work of Project WET, Nestlé Waters China and Ecolab. Nestlé Waters’ School Project has provided Ecolab’s Clean and Conserve education materials free of charge to 80 schools with 40,000 students. Nestlé Waters China employees have directly implemented the interactive lessons with an additional 80 schools and 22,000 students, and a family carnival held in June reached another 100 families. This outreach is part of a larger effort by Nestlé Waters China to reach 300,000 people in China with water education via the Clean and Conserve program.

Shanghai schoolchildren toss a globe to determine the percentage of water on the Earth's surfaceShanghai schoolchildren toss a globe to determine the percentage of water on the Earth's surface The Clean and Conserve Education Program, a water conservation and hygiene education program launched by Ecolab and Project WET in 2014, has been in use in Shanghai since 2016. Nestlé Waters China has been a longtime sponsor of Project WET in China, reaching millions of children since the program began there in 2010. The two companies have been cooperating on water education efforts in China since Clean and Conserve implementation began in Shanghai.

Students in Shanghai use the Clean and Conserve Your Water children's activity bookletStudents in Shanghai use the Clean and Conserve Your Water children's activity booklet Clean and Conserve includes lessons, activities and other learning resources for children and youth ages three through 18, as well as educators. Visit the Clean and Conserve page to learn more. Originally published in English, Clean and Conserve materials are also available in Chinese, Spanish for Mexico, German, French for Canada and Portuguese for Brazil (French and Portuguese materials are available for download from the English-language page).

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