|Bluewater explores the solutions available for consumers and commercial enterprises alike to purify tap drinking water water to protect health and wellbeing. Boiling water has been used for thousands of years to kill bacteria, but it won't remove contaminants like toxic metals, pharmaceutical residues, microplastics or chemicals. Discover the alternatives in this White Paper from Bluewater.|
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Press releases • Apr 08, 2019 12:19 EDT
Bluewater game-changing water purification solutions and anti-throwaway plastic bottle movement recognized with honorable mentions in two categories – Consumer Products and Developing World Technology.
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Press releases • Apr 04, 2019 01:21 EDT
Innovation leading water purifier brand Bluewater to demonstrated leading edge water purification tech and solutions at WQA 2019 at booth #555
Press releases • Nov 30, 2018 15:02 EST
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Press releases • Nov 03, 2018 06:00 EDT
Bluewater and fellow clean water advocates convene with the Potomac Riverkeeper Network on successes of 2018, and path ahead to protect waterways
Press releases • Sep 23, 2018 06:25 EDT
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Press releases • Sep 17, 2018 04:15 EDT
Global water purification technologies leader Bluewater opens its first permanent public hydration station in Shanghai, China; located outside a busy Metro station and serving free chilled, warm or hot water to anyone using a reusable water bottle.
Press releases • Sep 11, 2018 09:06 EDT
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News • Apr 11, 2019 12:39 EDT
Environment ministers from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden join to call for a new global agreement reducing and preventing plastic waste and microplastics discharged into the sea.