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Basic information

Number 2021-54
Title 2020 Xylem Group Statement on Efforts to Combat Modern Slavery
Period 2020 Calendar
Published at Jan. 28, 2021, 11:48 a.m.
Type Joint
Status Published
Annual revenue 200-250M
Industry sectors Automotive, machinery and heavy electrical equipment
Durable consumer goods, including electronics and appliances, home furnishings and other accessories
Utilities: gas, water and electricity
Waste management and recycling
Construction, civil engineering and building products
Countries United States of America
Overseas Reporting Obligations United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act 2015
California Transparency in Supply Chains Act 2010
Netherlands Child Labour Due Diligence Law 2019
French Corporate Duty of Vigilance Law 2017
Key brands and business names Flygt
AC Fire
Aanderaa
Bell & Gossett
Bellingham + Stanley
CentriPro
ebro
EmNet
Essence of Life
Flojet
Xylem
Global Water
Godwin
Goulds Water Technology
HYPACK
Jabsco
Leopold
Lowara
McDonnell & Miller
MJK Automation
OI Analytical
PureHM
Pure Technologies
Royce Technologies
Rule
Sanitaire
SELC
Sensus
Sentec
SI Analytics
Smith-Blair
SonTek
Standard Xchange
Visenti
Wachs Water Services
Wedeco
WTW
YSI


The Statement