|A Bluewater and the Mirpuri Foundation White Paper exploring the impact of plastics on the human body in a bid to raise public awareness about the threat to human and planetary health and wellbeing as well as help drive human ingenuity to help fix the problem.|
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Press releases • Jul 22, 2020 08:30 EDT
WWF research says that the largest source of human plastic ingestion is drinking water, with plastic found in groundwater, surface water, tap water and bottled water all over the world
Press releases • Feb 19, 2019 09:39 EST
Escalating human health risks resulting from the impact of chemicals in plastics on human hormones spotlighted in new White Paper from global water tech leader Bluewater and Portugal’s non-profit, science led Mirpuri Foundation.
Press releases • Jun 05, 2019 05:17 EDT
The R&A is taking a historic stand against using single-use plastic water bottles at the upcoming 148th Open at Royal Portrush with the help of Bluewater and the support of the UN
Call for immediate global crackdown on single-use plastic bottles, urgent action needed says water tech leader Bluewater as World Water Week starts in Stockholm
Press releases • Aug 26, 2019 06:33 EDT
Bengt Rittri, the co-founder of world-leading water technologies and solutions leader Bluewater, today used the start of World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden, to call for an immediate global crackdown on single-use plastic bottles.
Press releases • Feb 10, 2020 04:45 EST
Company says region offers major growth opportunities as citizens turn their back on single-use plastic bottles
News • Aug 09, 2020 05:52 EDT
This year saw Bluewater launch its own range of environmentally friendly BPA-free water bottles, available in both stainless steel and shatter-proof glass with silicon sleeves, as a means to end the need for the single use plastic water bottles that are partly responsible for the global plague of micro-plastics now in the water we drink, air we breathe and food we eat...
News • Jul 26, 2019 09:05 EDT
Bluewater says new strategies urgently needed to limit plastics break down in water as new study points to potentially catastrophic consequences to human health
Global WWF study reveals humans ingest massive amounts of microplastics, equivalent to eating a credit card a week, prompting call for global action from Bluewater
News • Jun 12, 2019 03:30 EDT
Bluewater describes new WWF microplastics study as deeply shocking, demands immediate global action by government’s everywhere and says the report confirms fears about the threat to human health expressed its own recent White Paper, ‘The Global Plastic Calamity’ .