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Drinking clean water, or is it?

Drinking clean water, or is it?

Blog posts   •   Sep 28, 2018 04:13 EDT

Global offshore sailing hero and record-breaking yachtswoman Dee Caffari asks how safe is our drinking water in the first of a series of blog posts as a Bluewater global brand ambassador. She says we all need to ask more questions about tap water quality as more and more pollutants are shown to be ending up in our water system.

Enough is Enough!

Enough is Enough!

Blog posts   •   Nov 04, 2017 04:07 EDT

The planetary boundaries have been reached. Around 580 billion plastic bottles are produced every year, many ending up in our oceans. It's predicted by 2050 there will be more plastic in our oceans than fish. It’s time to act, to use our human ingenuity to tackle the problems of plastic waste and access to clean water. And that's why Bluewater has started a drinking water movement.