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Amazon Vows to Replenish All the Water It Uses for Data Centers Inc. Illustrations Ahead Of Earnings Figures
Photographer: Gabby Jones/Bloomberg

Amazon Web Services, the largest cloud-computing provider, is promising by 2030 to replenish the water its massive data centers consume, the latest environmental pledge from the internet giant. 

Parent company Inc. said in a statement Monday it’s supporting efforts to replenish groundwater in California, the UK and India to offset the water the company’s cloud centers use. Google, which has vowed to offset 120% of its water usage, revealed last week that its global data centers consume 4.3 billion gallons of water a year. Microsoft Corp. has already committed to replenish more water than it consumes by the end of the decade.