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News • Jul 03, 2018 04:16 EDT
Bluewater, världsledande inom innovativa vattenreningslösningar, har i år medverkat på ÅF Offshore Race, ett av Sveriges mest prestigefulla seglingstävlingar. Hjälper till at löser Sandhamns vattenbrist under sommaren .
News • Jun 21, 2018 05:05 EDT
Yoga is a great way to stay vibrant and healthy. And drinking purified water from Bluewater is a perfect companion to a yoga session (and in between) as it helps keep the body both charged and balanced as well as avoiding putting toxins back into it.
Volvo Ocean Race Competitor ‘Turn the Tide on Plastics’ Wins Bluewater 2018 Water Without Plastic Legacy Award
Press Releases • Jun 20, 2018 06:10 EDT
Volvo Ocean Race team Turn the Tide on Plastics receive Bluewater 'Water Without Plastic' legacy award during Races' leg stopover in Gothenburg, Sweden
At Volvo Ocean Race Ocean Summit in Newport, RI, Bluewater joins with 11th Hour Racing to open doors to drinking water innovation
Press Releases • May 19, 2018 18:25 EDT
Global challenge issued to innovators to put forward their untapped ideas to help solve the emerging urban drinking water crisis in fast growing megacities.
Press Releases • May 11, 2018 09:11 EDT
Rhode Islanders are welcoming the Volvo Ocean Race for a three week stop-over sailing extravaganza in Newport from May 8 – 20 as part of the round-the-world race, billed as the ‘Everest’ of yacht racing. Visitors to the Race Village also get to try free drinking water as pure as nature intended from Sweden's Bluewater, which is on a global mission to remove the need for single-use plastic bottles.
News • Mar 26, 2018 16:43 EDT
Latest results from the Volvo Ocean Race groundbreaking Science Programme points to greatest levels of plastic particles near cities such as Melbourne and Hong Kong.
News • Nov 06, 2016 07:10 EST
Microplastics in our oceans and their impact on marine and human life are an environmental problem of global proportions, says Bluewater, a world leader in residential water purification. But in response to new research from Norway, Bluewater warns that microplastics are now also being found in sewage sludge used to fertilize soils for growing food for human consumption.