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Water Productivity

A measure of the company's productivity in relation to water usage as compared to other companies in their industry
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Woolworths Holdings Limited+image
Woolworths Holdings Limited
South Africa
91.3
% 2014
NTT DOCOMO+Image
NTT DOCOMO
90.5
% 2014
Adidas AG+image
Adidas AG
84.3
% 2014
Bank Audi+Image
Bank Audi
82.4
% 2014
CVS Caremark+image
CVS Caremark
79.1
% 2014
Posco+image
Posco
78.4
% 2014
Deutsche Post+image
Deutsche Post
77
% 2014
Jacobs Engineering+Image
Jacobs Engineering
California (United States)
74.4
% 2014
Industrial & Commercial Bank of China+Image
Industrial & Commercial Bank of China
74.3
% 2014
United Technologies+image
United Technologies
Connecticut (United States)
73.6
% 2014
Hyundai Mobis+image
Hyundai Mobis
72.2
% 2014
Nomura Holdings+Image
Nomura Holdings
72
% 2014
Kone+image
Kone
Finland
69.5
% 2014
Ashland+image
Ashland
Kentucky (United States)
67.9
% 2014
Glencore Xstrata+Image
Glencore Xstrata
Switzerland
67.8
% 2014
Walgreen+image
Walgreen
67.3
% 2014
Rogers Communications+image
Rogers Communications
New Brunswick (Canada)
63.6
% 2014
PTT Public Company Limited+image
PTT Public Company Limited
Thailand
61.4
% 2014
Centrica+image
Centrica
United Kingdom
58.5
% 2014
Richemont+image
Richemont
Switzerland
57.6
% 2014

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In the first step, each company's Water Productivity is calculated for 2012. Water Productivity is defined as Revenue ($US) / Total water use (m3). Each company_s Water Productivity is then percent-ranked against that of all Industry Group peers in the CKC research universe and multiplied by 0.75. In the second step, the change in each company_s Water Productivity from 2010-2012 is calculated and percent-ranked against that of all same-industry group peers within the CKC research universe. If the company_s percent-ranked 2012 Water Productivity is top quartile, their percent-ranked change in Water Productivity for 2010-2012 is multiplied by 1 and then by 0.25. If the company_s percent-ranked 2012 Water Productivity is second quartile, their percent-ranked change in Water Productivity for 2010-2012 is multiplied by 0.75 and then by 0.25. If the company_s percent-ranked 2012 WaterProductivity is third quartile, their percent-ranked change in Water Productivity for 2010-2012 is multiplied by 0.5 and then by 0.25. If the company_s percent-ranked 2012 Water Productivity is bottom quartile, their percent-ranked change in Water Productivity for 2010-2012 is multiplied by 0.25 and then by 0.25. In the third step, the values from the first and second steps are totaled.