What's holding women back in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers, asks Dee Caffari
Blog posts • Jan 01, 2019 07:24 EST
Bluewater global ambassador Dee Caffari is not only a sporting hero at the top of her sailing game but also a true trailblazer when it comes to sustainability and gender equality. In her latest blog for Bluewater, Dee tackles what needs to be done to encourage more women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), something we thoroughly endorse as a company.
Blog posts • Jun 08, 2018 08:37 EDT
The current solutions used for water purification cannot be relied upon to combat chemical contaminants finding their way into household water, according to new research by Finnish scientists. The researchers said the risks posed by chemical contaminants require more detailed study.
Blog posts • Jul 09, 2017 09:13 EDT
With over 8 million tonnes of plastic leaking into the ocean each year – equal to dumping a garbage truck of plastic every minute, according to the United Nations – Swedish water purification company Bluewater has made stopping the unfettered use of disposable plastic bottles a cornerstone of its business mission.
Blog posts • Sep 25, 2016 00:35 EDT
Professor Joan B. Rose wins the 2016 Stockholm Water Prize for her tireless contributions to global public health.
Blog posts • Jun 22, 2016 10:31 EDT
News reports from California tell how so-called “nightmare bacteria” capable of killing almost half of its victims has been found in a wastewater treatment plant in Southern California - and, the scary thing is that sewage plants seem unable to kill it with existing chemicals.
Blog posts • Aug 27, 2015 02:31 EDT
At Bluewater, we are giving away 200 copies of the top-selling digital book 'What's in my water' by American author David De John...
Blog posts • Sep 15, 2014 05:44 EDT
New research finds significantly higher levels of infectious pathogens in water from faucet taps with aerators compared to water from deeper in the plumbing system. Contaminated water poses an increased risk for infection in immunocompromised patients.
Blog posts • Aug 24, 2014 12:39 EDT
German researchers in a study last year found over 24,500 chemicals in bottled water. And, apparently, some of those chemicals can act like potent pharmaceuticals in our body.
Blog posts • Aug 12, 2014 05:22 EDT
Are consumers fazed by news insights that bottled water can cost up to 2000 times more than tap water? It doesn’t seem so judging by the figures…