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15. September 2022 –Waterlogic, a leading global designer, manufacturer, distributor, and service provider of purified drinking water, presents its latest Oceansaver Accolade to EY (Ernst & Young Deutschland). This accolade is given to organisations across the world that have taken steps to reduce single-use plastics and carbon emissions. By making changes to reduce waste and carbon emissions we can better protect our natural world.

EY aims to achieve a negative carbon footprint and reduce its net emissions to zero by 2025. For this purpose, EY Global has joined the Science Based Target Initiative (SbTI) and established a roadmap on how EY intends to contribute to achieving the science-based target of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

EY has been using Waterlogic's mains-operated water dispensers since 2010. This means that hygienically clean water is always available to the employees. With the help of Waterlogic's water dispensers, which are now used in over 10 EY locations, significant CO2 emissions and plastic bottles have been saved.

The production and disposal of single-use plastic bottles continues to have a detrimental impact on our planet. Globally, one million plastic bottles are bought every minute with just 9% recycled. By 2050, it is estimated that our oceans will contain more plastic waste than fish, with 12 billion metric tons of plastic in landfills taking more than 400 years to degrade.

In the last years, EY has ensured that 5.5 million plastic bottles have been saved by using the water dispensers from Waterlogic.

Thomas Schlüppmann, Head of Sales Direct, Waterlogic GmbH: „Ernst & Young Germany has been working on reducing the carbon footprint for a very long time and we are very proud to have actively supported this in partnership over the past 12 years.“

The Oceansaver programme is in line with Waterlogic’s overall corporate mission to develop solutions that use less energy, produce less waste and extend the use of finite global resources in the most efficient way. The company aims to reduce their own environmental impact right across their supply chain, from design, manufacturing, and distribution, to managing the carbon footprint in their offices.

Waterlogic has already presented accolades to The Four Seasons Hotel, Miami, DPD UK, Goldman Sachs UK, Interserve on behalf of E.ON and the Iberostar Group amongst others, and will continue to recognise deserving, sustainability-focused customers across the world.

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About Waterlogic

Waterlogic is an innovative designer, manufacturer, distributor and service provider of drinking water dispensers and accessories designed for offices, factories, hospitals, restaurants, hotels, schools, and public spaces. From freestanding, countertop, and integrated dispensers to bottle filling stations, fountains and boilers, every solution focuses on delivering the best quality water in the safest and most sustainable way. Founded in 1992, Waterlogic was one of the first companies to introduce mains-fed dispensers to customers worldwide and has been at the forefront of the market promoting product design and water quality, the application of proprietary technologies, sustainability and world-class sales and service. Waterlogic has its own subsidiaries in 20 countries and its core markets are the U.S., Australia, and Western Europe, plus an extensive and expanding independent global distribution network in over 50 countries