Aquassay and Nestlé are working together since 2017 to improve the water efficiency of Nestlé Waters’ plants. Successfully tested at Henniez, Switzerland and Banha, Egypt then at Vergèze and Vosges, France, Aquassay’s digital solution for e-water efficiency is currently deployed globally in more than 20 countries. For a startup such as Aquassay, being part of an inspiring and dynamic ecosystem such as Nestlé’s is an amazing adventure. It is a great opportunity to grow as a business and develop our collaborators’ skills and capabilities. It is also a way to share our values at a much bigger scale than before. Aquassay was at the G7 summit this summer to explain how its solutions help industries and cities consume less and pollute less while doing more. Furthermore, Nestlé has chosen Aquassay for its specific expertise in both process engineering and data management. Thanks to a bespoke innovative monitoring system, developed with the Nestlé Product Technology Centre, Nestlé Waters is now able to address a large variety of issues such as early detection issues, water quality issues or business continuity issues. All these controls lead to an integrated water resources management at catchment level. ?This technology gives us real-time data and trend analyses using predictive models to help Nestlé Waters consume less and produce the highest quality water? said Peter Hagmann, Nestlé Waters’ Head of Operations. In a nutshell, Aquassay went from ?start? to ?up? thanks to the mutually beneficial relationship established with Nestlé. Our next common objective : develop predictive models to analyze microbiological quality and accelerate decision making.
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