We’ve already shown you some of the ways Ford has saved billions of liters of water. Here are some other mind-boggling facts about the most essential resource on our planet, and how you can help conserve it, too. Share our info graphic to increase water-saving awareness, and tell us about your top three water-saving ideas.
World Water Day is coming up tomorrow, a global initiative sponsored by the United Nations to focus attention on the importance of the sustainable management of freshwater resources. Water conservation has long been one of the top environmental priorities for Ford. Check out a few of the smart ways Ford has been saving water in our plants in the Asia Pacific region. How do you think the auto industry can save even more water?
It’s World Water Day on Saturday, a perfect time to consider how much water we all use and how to conserve the planet’s resources. Water conservation remains one of the top environmental priorities for Ford. We are now aiming to cut the amount of water used to make each vehicle by 30 percent globally from 2009 to 2015, which is currently equivalent to an average of 4 cubic meters per vehicle. Does environmentally friendly production influence your buying decision?
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Mini Ranger carrying the plastic globe. What would you do if you could keep this Ford Ranger toy for a day?
Mini Ranger (it’s a Ford Ranger toy!) carrying coffee beans. Have fun! :)
Ford wishes you a very lucrative Lunar New Year with many good things to come :)
Active Park Assist can steer you into parking space just 1.2 times longer than your Focus. Have you tested this amazing smart technology in the All-New Focus?
Fill up when your gas tank is half-full (or half-empty), because the more gas you have in your tank the less air there is and gasoline evaporates rapidly, especially when it’s warm.
The red car says that you’re sexy, speedy, energetic and dynamic. Click HERE for more self-revealing details of car colors.