|Our drinking water in industrialized and developing countries alike is under threat from decaying infrastructures, climate change and lack of investment. Water is our most precious resource, yet it will probably need something pretty revolutionary to ensure the availability and safety of urban tap water. This latest Bluewater Group White Paper examines the issues and solutions.|
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Rising residential water threats in U.S. underlines tap drinking water works are not just a developing world problem
Press releases • Mar 22, 2016 07:53 EDT
The safe residential drinking water that many people living in developed societies like the U.S.A have taken for granted for decades is under threat from decaying infrastructures, climate change and lack of investment, warns Bluewater, a world leader in water purification technologies for home and commercial use.
Press releases • Jan 05, 2018 12:44 EST
Survey by home and business water purification leader Bluewater shows 56 percent of Americans believe toxins pollute their drinking water
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Press releases • Dec 21, 2018 05:01 EST
Swedish Global Leader in Water Purification Technologies and Solutions Aligns With Denver, Colorado-Based Company’s Sustainable Drinking Water Solution
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Some good news for the planet as vegans celebrate World Vegan Day, study says greener diet saves water resources
Press releases • Nov 01, 2019 03:07 EDT
Moving to eating a greener diet may not only be good for human health but will also save a lot of the planet’s shrinking availability of fresh water, reports Bluewater.
Press releases • May 20, 2016 06:12 EDT
High levels of nitrates, atrazine and arsenic in drinking water linked in a new U.S. study to birth defects such as cleft palate, cleft lip and limb deficiencies underlines urgent need for more research into tap water quality around the world, says Bluewater, a global leader in residential water purifying technologies and solutions.
Sweden’s Bluewater Water Purifier Brand Showcases New, High Efficiency Whole House Filtration Systems At Shanghai’s 2016 Aquatech Trade Show
Press releases • Jun 15, 2016 23:31 EDT
Sweden’s Bluewater water purification brand today used the Shanghai 2016 Aquatech water industry trade show to debut new water purification systems designed to deliver home users purified water for drinking, washing dishes and clothes, and taking a bath or shower.
Bluewater Display’s Water Purifier Innovations at KBIS 2017, Designed to Put People in Charge of Their Own Tap Water Quality
Press releases • Jan 10, 2017 06:40 EST
Bluewater displays range of hi-tech, attractively designed under-the-sink water purifiers at 2017 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), innovated to put homeowners and businesses in charge of their own tap water quality by removing health-threatening contaminants.
Bluewater celebrates 12 months of offering tens of thousands of gallons of lead-free tap water to citizens in Flint, Michigan
Press releases • Jan 11, 2017 10:37 EST
One year on from donating two of its high-performance Bluewater Pro water purifiers to crisis-hit Flint, Michigan, Bluewater says both units are still churning out hundreds of gallons every day of clean tap water for drinking and cooking at two community care centers.
Bluewater To Showcase New Water Purifier Designs And Initiatives To Move Residential Water Purification Into The Internet Of Things At The Aquatech Amsterdam 2015 Trade Show
Press releases • Oct 27, 2015 13:21 EDT
Bluewater will demonstrate its leadership role in delivering transformational point-of-use water delivery solutions for home and commercial use at the Aquatech Amsterdam 2015 trade show running November 3 – 6.