Primo Water Corporation


Fostering a Culture of Respect and Honoring Human Rights

While we live in an imperfect world, we are all obligated to do what we can to create a safe environment for ourselves and others. Our company is made up of extraordinary people of every race, gender, religion, sexual orientation and background. We are committed to a culture built on our core value of respect – respect for each other, respect for our customers, respect for our business partners and respect for our communities. We do not tolerate discrimination, harassment or retaliation.

Our Goal

To create a truly inclusive work culture that ensures diversity across our company and focuses on fundamental human rights. As part of this process, our associates and senior management are creating detailed and measurable action and operating plans to be incorporated into their strategic plans through 2023.

In addition, our company’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics provides practical direction for how we live our values at work, where we act with integrity and in a safe manner so that our customers, colleagues and communities trust us to do the right thing.

As a company, we also support the goals of the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010, which reflects our full compliance with all laws and regulations and our ethical conduct with regard to human rights and labor practices.

Serving our Communities

We are strongly committed not only to the communities we serve, but also to the world at large. After all, our families live, work and play in our local communities – and around the globe.

It is part of our mission to promote hydration and wellness via sponsorships and in-kind donations, and to provide aid in the times of need.

  • We provide bottled water products for local sporting events, culinary and hospitality programs and fundraisers.
  • Associate-supported efforts have contributed time and resources to many regional causes.
  • We recognize that water is a lifeline in the aftermath of hurricanes, floods and other natural disasters, and when the public water supply is contaminated or unreliable. We regularly assist communities facing serious health threats due to lack of clean, sanitary drinking water.
  • During times of need, our employees have contributed to fundraising efforts to assist those affected by hurricanes and natural disasters.

During the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, we donated water to medical centers and first responders, as well as supported hospitality partners feeding front-line workers.