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    Constant Improvement

      Management Philosophy, Mission and Vision

      Corporate Social Responsibility Policy

      Taiwan Water Corporation upholds the mission to provide sufficient supply of high quality tap-water to achieve corporate social responsibility, sustainable management and the promotion of economic development. To pursue sustainable management and development, TWC works on its fulfillment of corporate social responsibility, meeting social needs, norms and values and repaying to the society.

      Analysis Results of Material Topics

      In addition to adopting GRI’s sustainability topics, TWC also based on the business characteristics and operational experience for the collection and inclusion of our sustainability topics, and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as well as relevant topics our shareholders are interested in concerning TWC’s core business were also included for the addition of TWC’s own topics, including Stable Water Supply, Water Supply Penetration Rate and Pipeline Management that were added last year, plus the newly added Water Catchment Conservation and Circular Economy this year. There were 37 sustainability topics in total as the basis of the questionnaire design. TWC carefully induced these important topics. In 2019, the Project Editing Briefing was specially organized, inviting the independent directors and first-level supervisors to provide relevant opinions on TWS’s sustainability to serve as the reference for the establishment of the major direction of this year’s CSR and the basis for the collection of sustainability issues. Our aim is to realize the value of tap water by fulfilling the goal of providing sufficient quantity, excellent quality and great services to ensure water supply, and continue to improve the quality of tap water and provide innovative and handy services, striving to achieve the expectations of all stakeholders.


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