Clean Energy Means Clean Water

World Water Day is a United Nations designated awareness campaign started in 1993 to highlight the causes of water impurities and the effects of unclean water. March 22 each year is a day to collaborate and strengthen efforts to provide clean drinking water to all nations and counteract the causes of toxic water.

As an active member of the clean energy movement, Emilygrene Corp. strives to do our part in bringing attention to noteworthy environmental issues. Clean water is essential to the well being of every person, and a key factor in the Sustainable Development Goals aimed at eradicating extreme poverty by 2030.

As part of of our own community and green energy initiatives, Emilygrene Corp. looks to find where our goals and services can provide the greatest benefit to not only our customers, but the environment overall. Studies show that some of the leading contributors to unclean water are climate change, natural resource extraction, and increased energy production.

Planet Earth splashing in water

Each of these causes can be fought by decreasing energy use in businesses and facilities. Energy efficiency upgrades directly fight climate change and cut the amount of resources needed to turn on the lights. LED technology, facility controls, and HVAC renovations each play a role in promoting sustainability while easing the necessary energy flow to power large buildings.

By decreasing energy use, we all work together to ensure our water sources remain free of disease and poison.

Water is also a tremendous source of energy. When our water sources are contaminated, they are no longer suitable to provide us with yet another alternative source of reliable energy. It is the hope of Emilygrene Corp. that by promoting and performing energy efficiency upgrades, we can educate the public on these vital matters and do our part to initiate necessary change.

There is so much more that can be done to combat water impurification and take action against climate change, disease, and poverty. More information can be found at

You can also learn more about energy efficiency upgrades for your business here on Emilygrene Blog or on our website

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