Revolutionizing Healthcare: Aquavita Bottle-less Dispensers Now at Avenue Hospital
On Tuesday, February 6th, 2024, a significant milestone in environmental sustainability was marked as Aquavita proudly launched its bottle-less dispensers at Avenue Hospital. The launch event witnessed the convergence of esteemed personalities including Imran Osman, CEO, of Avenue Hospital, Ms. Jane K. Snow, the CEO of Aquavita, Dr. Peter Ntege, General Manager Hospitals, the pioneer of the project Dr. Mohammed Said, and other dignitaries.
The collaboration between Aquavita and Avenue Hospital brings forth a wave of positive impact on the environment, accentuated by concrete numbers:
- Elimination of 12,000 18.9L Plastic Bottles Annually: By adopting Aquavita’s innovative bottle-less dispensers, Avenue Hospital is taking a definitive stance against plastic pollution. The elimination of these bottles not only reduces the burden on landfills but also minimizes the production and consumption of single-use plastics, contributing significantly to marine conservation efforts.
- Reduction of 281,504.65 Kgs of CO2 Emissions Annually: The environmental implications of plastic bottle production and disposal extend beyond mere littering. Aquavita’s initiative translates into a substantial reduction in carbon dioxide emissions, mitigating the hospital’s carbon footprint and fostering a cleaner, healthier atmosphere for all.
- 57% Reduction in CO2 Emissions from Drinking Water Annually: Clean drinking water is a fundamental necessity, but its provision shouldn’t come at the cost of environmental degradation. By embracing Aquavita’s sustainable solution, Avenue Hospital achieves a remarkable feat of reducing CO2 emissions associated with water consumption, setting a commendable example for other healthcare institutions to follow suit.
This partnership with Avenue Hospital underscores a shared commitment to environmental stewardship and corporate social responsibility. It exemplifies how forward-thinking organizations can collaborate to effect tangible change and pave the way for a greener, more sustainable future.