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BLUEWATER INVESTS $15 MILLION IN US DRINKING WATER SUPPLIER FLOWATER AS PART OF GLOBAL GROWTH STRATEGY AND TO REDUCE SINGLE-USE PLASTIC WASTE
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
Press releases • Nov 30, 2018 15:02 EST
Bluewater points to household and commercial purifiers to deliver lead-free, bacteria-free water
Bluewater To Showcase New Generation Water Purifiers At 2016 International Home + Housewares Show, Chicago
Press releases • Feb 28, 2016 05:41 EST
Sweden’s Bluewater water purifying brand is signaling its commitment to ramping sales in the United States by showcasing its transformational new generation water purifiers at the Chicago 2016 International Homes + Housewares Show, March 5 – 8, on sister Blueair's IHHS Booth L11915, Lakeside Center.
Bluewater new-generation residential water purifiers bring peace of mind to consumers concerned about tap drinking water quality and safety
Press releases • Jan 20, 2016 11:37 EST
Sweden’s Bluewater launches a new range of innovative, second generation residential water purifiers at 2016 Kitchen and Bathrooms Show in Las Vegas that address consumer concerns about tap water quality and safety.
News • Sep 11, 2015 08:19 EDT
American consumers are more worried than ever about their tap drinking water and are resorting increasingly to drinking more bottled water and home filtration devices, says a new survey by the U.S. Water Quality Association, WQA. Commenting, Bluewater Managing Director Niclas Wullt says consumers globally should consider taking increased responsibility themselves for their own water safety.
News • Apr 20, 2015 19:03 EDT
Swedish water purifying brand Bluewater, which sells its products in Europe, the USA and China, has published a new White Paper highlighting the difference between filtered tap drinking water and purified tap water. The paper is the second in a series geared to stimulate public awareness about the drinking water coming out of their taps.