News • Oct 28, 2018 11:31 EDT
Bluewater Africa and Consol partner with KAMERS/Makers crafted creativity show to reduce single-use plastic
News • Oct 25, 2018 07:43 EDT
Bluewater today applaud a decision by European lawmakers to ban widely-used, single-use plastics, says move is a victory for the world’s ocean, the health of the planet and future generations.
News that microplastics have now been discovered in humans across the globe ‘deeply disturbing’, says Bluewater
Press Releases • Oct 23, 2018 08:25 EDT
Microplastics have been detected in humans around the planet, according to research carried out by scientists from the Medical University of Vienna and the Austrian Environment Agency. All participants in the study had consumed plastic wrapped foods or drunk from plastic bottles.
Bluewater shortlisted as finalist in the UK's prestigious 'edie’s Sustainability Leaders Awards 2019'
Press Releases • Oct 22, 2018 11:33 EDT
Bluewater has been shortlisted as finalist in the UK's prestigious 'edie’s Sustainability Leaders Awards 2019' with individual winners of the 20 award categories to be revealed at a glittering, black-tie ceremony in London on 6 February, 2019.
News • Oct 19, 2018 08:16 EDT
Bluewater describes new study from Denmark’s Aarhus University showing nitrate in drinking water can bring an increased risk of colon and rectal cancer even at levels below current drinking water standards as alarming.
Blog posts • Oct 17, 2018 09:16 EDT
Swedish swim champ Adam Paulsson explains why the swimmers among us need to shrug off the wintertime blues and keep focused on maintaining a high level of training.
Blog posts • Oct 16, 2018 07:55 EDT
A 600-meter long pipe has started collecting the plastic waste that makes up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a huge floating pile of trash twice the size of Texas in the Pacific Ocean midway between San Francisco and Hawaii. It's a herculean task applauded by Bluewater which is on its own mission to rid the planet of single-use plastic bottles.
Bluewater to rock the show with pristine water at Cape Towns Rocking the Daisies, the world’s first major festival not to serve any drinks in plastic cups
Press Releases • Oct 02, 2018 13:34 EDT
Plastic cups, straws and single use plastics have been banned at the upcoming Rocking Daisies festival in Cape Town, where Bluewater will be on hand to serve pure water without plastic from non-municipal sources to keep music lovers sound of body and mind with water as cool as the music.
News • Sep 30, 2018 09:52 EDT
Drinking water is a great way to fight fatigue and stay alert. So Bluewater was a natural choice to step in as official water supplier at a major two-day conference in Uppsala, Sweden, for over 100 Swedish women entrepreneurs and health and business advocacy experts.
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.
52 Super Series 2018 Annual Sustainability Prize Goes to South African Team Phoenix, Bluewater hydration station donated to Mallorca
News • Sep 24, 2018 10:02 EDT
52 Super Sailing Series team Phoenix crowned “Greenest Team of the Year” at the final prize-giving ceremony held Saturday in Valencia. Their prize, a water hydration station donated by 52 SUPER SERIES Sustainability Partner, Bluewater, will be installed in Puerto Portals to help leave a positive legacy on the Balearic Island.
Environment a top winner at the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon, set to be greenest marathon on the planet
Press Releases • Sep 24, 2018 07:27 EDT
Cape Town's environment was one of the top winners in the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon, with the use of single-use plastics significantly reduced and no municipal water used in the water scarce city thanks to unique Bluewater mobile water stations that kept runners and onlookers hydrated and saved the use of plastics equivalent to 2600 standard water bottles.
Press Releases • Sep 23, 2018 08:07 EDT
Bluewater hydration station helped yoga fans at massive open-air yoga and meditation festival refill their own bottles with pure water and avoid the need to buy single-use plastic bottles.
Press Releases • Sep 23, 2018 06:25 EDT
Inaugural China Open Sailing (COS) tournament launches with six teams competing using single keel 43-foot boats over a series of legs that take in regional sailing centers Dalian, Shanghai, Quanzhou and Shenzhen.
News • Sep 22, 2018 04:55 EDT
Hong Kong’s largest health & wellness festival, Iris, hosts thousands of yoga fans the weekend of 22/23 September in Central Harbour Front, Hong Kong Island. And Bluewater is supplying divine water as pure as nature intended to keep body and mind sound by staying hydrated.
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.
Volvo Ocean Race sustainability programme honoured at the prestigious international 'Beyond Sport Awards', in New York.
News • Sep 13, 2018 07:14 EDT
The Volvo Ocean Race sustainability programme that included Bluewater as a key partner alongside others such as UN Environment, 11th Hour Racing and the Mirpuri Foundation received award honours at the prestigious international 'Beyond Sport Awards' in New York City.
Press Releases • Sep 11, 2018 09:06 EDT
Bluewater unveils locally developed technology in South Africa to transport purified non-municipal water to remote locations, launches national #rateyourwater initiative
Bluewater announces investment in Denver, Colorado-based Microlyze to support product development and commercial rollout
Press Releases • Sep 04, 2018 12:04 EDT
Game-changing water testing device empowers consumers and communities to analyze tap water and identify contaminants in real-time.