Facebook sets aim to become 'water positive' by 2030

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A Facebook data centre in Clonee, Ireland | Credit: Facebook
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A Facebook data centre in Clonee, Ireland | Credit: Facebook

Social media giant announces plans to focus on water restoration projects around the world in addition to in-house innovations to reduce and replenish its water usage

Facebook has pledged to become a "water positive" company by 2030, committing the social media and tech giant to returning more water to the environment than is consumed by its global operations by the...

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