From microscopic organisms to massive cities, water sustains us all. Today, the world faces a new range of challenges, from climate change to calls for greater equity, that can only be met with a global effort.
At Culligan, we are committed to building a better, more sustainable world by improving both our social and environmental impact.
See what steps we’re taking and our vision for tomorrow. Download our Corporate Social Responsibility Brochure.
Sustainability is a multifaceted challenge, and building a more sustainable world requires all of us to do what we can. At Culligan, we believe that cleaner, healthier water can help contribute to improving the lives of people around the world and is a key driver towards solving some of the biggest challenges that lie in our future.
Our goal is to do everything we can in the areas where we are best equipped to truly effect change. To that end, we’ve developed a core set of commitments that align with the UN Sustainable Development Goals and serve as the focus of our work to build a better world.
1 million single-use plastic water bottles are consumed per minute worldwide.
Emerging contaminants in water are creating major public-health issues.
2.2 billion people globally lack safe drinking water.
Global greenhouse gas emission is projected to increase the temperature by 3ºC by 2100.
See our progress to date and the steps we’re taking to make an even greater impact.
eco-friendly and sustainable provider of premium drinking water.
fewer plastic bottles used globally each year thanks to Culligan products.
single-serve bottles saved annually from each new bottle-free cooler.
reduction in demand for household cleaning products through use of Culligan softeners and whole home solutions.
homes and 2.5M offices globally using our cleaner drinking water.
carbon footprint reduction from avoiding single-use plastic bottles when using bottle-free systems.
We believe diverse teams add real value to our work; they’re essential in helping us build our business and address the emerging challenges around water.
An environment where people can be their true selves is one where they can share their unique perspectives and know their contributions are valued.
To be effective, we need to show results. Broad and sustainable progress starts with setting clear goals and taking real action.