Conservation Objectives — Ford Strives to Reduce Dependency on Water

Conversations about sustainability have taken center stage in the 21st century, and for a good reason. According to the experts of the EPA Partnership Program, WaterSense, less than a percent of the earth's water is fit for human use. The remaining 99-percent constitutes mostly of salt water or sources that are inaccessible, such as fresh water frozen in polar ice caps. Naturally, the conclusion is that there is not enough water to go around at the rate society consumes water. That is why corporations like Ford are taking a step forward, making the eco-consciousness a part of its mission.

One way that the Ford Motor Company plans to implement a more sustainable strategy into its business practices is by reducing its use of water for manufacturing. In fact, the automaker has already taken steps to do so. It has successfully reduced its use of water from 2000 to 2015 by up to 61-percent. This trajectory is an indication that Ford is well on its way to achieving its ultimate goal. That is, to function with zero water waste.

This environmentally-friendly objective is one reason the Holzhauer City Ford is proud to provide drivers in Nashville and surrounding areas the opportunity to purchase a Ford.

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