MSM Optimising water consumption Netherlands Overall, two breweries reduced their water consumption below our 7 hectolitres target. The brewery in Mbandaka (Democratic Republic of Congo) reduced water use from 7 to 6.7 hectolitres per hectolitre beer and the brewery in Badr (Egypt) significantly reduced water consumption from 10.7 to 6.7 hectolitres per hectolitre beer through improved packaging activities and TPM improvement actions. Two sites showed an increase in specific water consumption to more than 7 hectolitres per hectolitre beer. St. Petersburg (Russia) increased from 5.4 to 7.2 hectolitres per hectolitre beer and Kobbegem (Belgium) increased from 6.6 to 7.7 hectolitres per hectolitre beer. Both were the result of lower volumes. Additionally, our brewery in Rechitsa (Belarus) also saw an increase of its specific water consumption. Waste water In 2009 two waste water treatment projects were under construction in Kinshasa and Lubumbashi (Democratic Republic of Congo). The effluent organic load discharged to surface water increased from 15.8 ktonnes in 2008 to 17.3 ktonnes in 2009, largely as a result of a malfunctioning waste water treatment plant at our production unit in Lagos (Nigeria) and due to two new acquisitions in 2009 (Bobruysk in Belarus and Louny in the Czech Republic). Waste water treatment plants Africa Middle East Region Performance Water 2009 2000 I WWTP planned Under construction/commissioning Present Sites divested

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