Greg Koch is the Director of Global Water Stewardship in the Environment & Water Resources Department at The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta, Georgia. In this role, he manages the Company’s global water stewardship strategy. Working with a system of over 300 bottling partners, he leads a team that develops and implements standards for plant performance, watershed management and partnerships with organizations that share the Company’s commitment to effective water stewardship. Greg’s experience at Coca-Cola includes two years as the executive assistant to the Vice President of Environment & Water Resources. He has managed the Company’s global due diligence and wastewater programs and led several strategic water resource partnerships with public and private entities. Prior to joining The Coca-Cola Company, Greg was an environmental consultant on engineering design.
Greg Koch of Coca-Cola on Water Use
Read how Coca-Cola manages its water use in China and globally in China Water Risk’s interview with Greg Koch, who heads up the company’s global water stewardship team. … more