On World Water Day 2022 We Support Water First

March 22, 2022

On World Water Day 2022, Alert Labs supports Water First, a leading charitable organization dedicated to working with Indigenous communities to address local water challenges through education, training, and meaningful collaboration.

“For the fifth year, we’re proudly supporting Water First in their important work bringing access to safe, clean water for Indigenous Peoples. This World Water Day, we encourage our customers and other businesses to support a cause that recognizes the importance of this vital natural resource,”

<span class="text-center">- Bob Wasserman, CEO of Alert Labs</span>

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Indigenous communities experience water drinking water challenges that stem from a variety of factors such as infrastructure or source water concerns. Water First addresses these challenges through initiatives such as the Drinking Water Internship Program which supports young Indigenous adults to become certified water treatment plant operators, ensuring sustainable access to safe drinking water in Indigenous communities for the long term.

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What is world water day?

World Water Day is an annual United Nations observance held on March 22 designed to encourage people to take action to tackle the global water crisis. This year’s theme: Groundwater, Making the Invisible Visible focuses on the vital role that this source of water plays in meeting the needs of us all. World Water Day is also about boosting support for “the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030.”

How you can get involved

In addition to helping important causes such as Water First, learn more about the importance of water issues like the water-energy nexus as well as information about how businesses can conserve water.

Learn more about how Alert Labs is helping organizations use resources more responsibly and protect people and buildings from damage.