Net zero water at Silicon Valley campus
The new Microsoft campus is on track to become the first net-zero water building.Learn how water will be processed
Our approach to water stewardship
Our work is focused on creating tools and services to help address the world’s water challenges, including scarcity, pollution and ocean health.
In Seattle, we partnered with oceanographers at the University of Washington and a local shellfish company to create a cloud-based solution that gives shellfish farmers insight on when to plant oysters.
The Water Risk Monetizer tool, built on our Azure cloud, is helping companies assess water risk to make better decisions on current and future water needs.
We're using data to help us use less water at our datacenters and develop new air cooling techniques that use 90 percent less water than conventional chiller solutions.