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World Water Day

World Water Day 2022: Groundwater - Making the Invisible Visible 

Our staff around the world are showing support for the United Nations' World Water Day 2022. Held every March 22 since 1993, World Water Day provides an opportunity to learn about water-related issues and inspire change.

"We must do our part in advancing this conversation. This is a great opportunity to help elevate the importance of water, sanitation and sustainability, and take action to make a difference in our communities," said Glen Ellmers, HDR's global water practice president.

This year's World Water Day theme is "Groundwater – Making the Invisible Visible." Groundwater is out of sight, but it is a hidden treasure that enriches all our lives. We need to work together to sustainably manage this precious resource.

“This year’s World Water Day theme resonates with anyone who treasures the environment,” said Doug DeCesare, HDR’s waste practice director, which includes hazardous waste and remediation. “Groundwater touches everything — the health of our communities depend on it.”  

Expand Your Knowledge 

Learn more about groundwater’s critical role. 

Share Your Thoughts and Educate Others 

Join the conversation about what water means to you by sharing your thoughts and experiences. 
•    Shoot a 60-second video 
•    Access pre-made materials 
•    Take to social media with #WorldWaterDay and #MyGroundwaterStory

By sharing and celebrating groundwater’s vital role in drinking water supplies, sanitation systems, agriculture, industry, ecosystems and climate change adaptation, we can better protect it from pollution and use it sustainably, balancing the needs of people and the planet.