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Water stewardship programmes, training and supports for individuals and businesses.

The Water Stewardship Ireland Academy offers a range of award-winning, specialist water stewardship programmes, training and supports for individuals and businesses as they seek to achieve their sustainability ambitions and demonstrate their environmental credentials.

Upcoming Programmes

Certified Water Steward Programme

lower water consumption and reduce operating costs while also protecting the environment.

This programme consists of a series of workshop webinars and online learning content.

Water Standards Programme

Benchmark your site against recognised standards and international certification schemes.

This programme consists of a series of live online workshop webinars.

Water Stewardship for SMEs

Introducing water stewardship and water conservation in the context of small businesses.

This programme consists of online learning content.

Lean Yellow Belt for Sustainable Business

Learn how Lean Six Sigma tools and techniques can lead to water conservation, energy reduction and better waste ...

This programme consists of a series of live online workshop webinars.

BIM Water Stewardship Support Programme

Providing seafood processing sites with a structured approach to managing water on site.

This programme consists of a series of live online workshop webinars.

Water Mapping Support Programme

Learn how to visualise your water lifecycle and develop a bespoke water map for your site.

This programme consists of a series of live online workshop webinars.

World Leading Academy

Through our collaboration with industry, key stakeholders and national agencies, the Water Stewardship Ireland Academy is designing and delivering world-class, internationally recognised water stewardship programmes, training and supports.

Water Stewardship Showcase

Supporting members, state agencies and industry as they seek to advance their water stewardship practices, supports and impacts.

20FIFTY Partners Selected for MOSL’s Latest Market Improvement Fund

A new research project highlights how industrial activity is intrinsically linked to the accessibility and availability of water and why a focus needs to be placed on decoupling the growth of productive capacity from unsustainable consumption.
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Industry must urgently embrace digitalisation of water management to mitigate global and local water risks

A new research project highlights how industrial activity is intrinsically linked to the accessibility and availability of water and why a focus needs to be placed on decoupling the growth of productive capacity from unsustainable consumption.
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The Catchment Excellence Programme

The critical connection between addressing the global water crisis and addressing the climate emergency is unquestionable. Indeed, it is likely that we will feel the impact of climate change most profoundly through water– both in our businesses and in our daily lives.
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