Submitted by Procter & Gamble
Billions of people around the world, impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, are changing their routines in response to ensure their personal health and wellness and the safety of others. Even as we respond to this global crisis, we haven’t lost sight of our commitment to two of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges — finite resources and growing consumption.
As many people spend more time at home, we’re encouraging each of us to commit to setting mindful habits to be more sustainable – especially water consumption. An average American family uses more than 300 gallons of water a day – and that’s before considering the increase in handwashing and other at-home water usages.
That’s why we’ve launched Sustainability At Home, an initiative to inspire collective action to reduce consumption and waste when so many people are spending more time at home.
To help us celebrate #EarthDay2020, our water experts Shannon Quinn and Kate Brown shared some tips to conserve water — without sacrificing safety during this time. #SustainabilityAtHome https://lnkd.in/dNwZgsB
P&G defines our commitment to sustainable development as "ensuring a better quality of life for everyone, now and for generations to come." We have a long heritage as a sustainability leader and we remain committed to improving consumers' lives through P&G brands and by contributing to the sustainability of our planet and the communities in which we live and work.
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