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Press releases • Nov 04, 2015 07:51 EST
Bluewater, an international leader in point-of-use reverse osmosis water purification technologies and solutions, today announced it will expand its global manufacturing capacity by starting production in China at the end of this year to meet increasing demand across Asia. Bluewater will continue production at it manufacturing site in Åtvidaberg, Sweden, as sales grow in Europe and North America.
Bluewater Spirit Water Purifier Wins Prestigious International Innovation And Design Award At Europe’s Biggest Tech Show, IFA Berlin 2015
Press releases • Sep 09, 2015 15:43 EDT
Bluewater, a world leader in providing people tap water free of practically all contaminants, today won an Envisioneering Innovation and Design Award for its breakthrough Spirit water purifier, which delivers second generation reverse osmosis that slashes water wastage by up to 82 percent.
Press releases • Apr 22, 2015 22:42 EDT
Bluewater, the leading name in premium residential water purifiers, today announced the global launch of three new water purifiers offering a harmonized balance of design personality, performance and price that give users a choice of devices enhancing health, wellness and lifestyle needs. Bluewater launched at the WQA Aquatech USA 2015 trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada, running 22 – 24 April.
Bluewater Shortlisted For Four Transform Awards Asia Pacific, Acknowledging Its Transition From New Kid On The Block To Key Player In Under 12 Months
Press releases • Oct 08, 2014 10:54 EDT
Sweden’s residential water purification brand Bluewater™ has been shortlisted for four prestigious Transform Awards Asia Pacific prizes for its successful launch of its brand and products across multiple markets in Europe, North American and Asia.
Press releases • Sep 24, 2014 06:30 EDT
The one-day UN Climate Change Summit in New York, the largest of its kind since the 2009 meeting in Copenhagen, has ended with a general consensus from government leaders to commit to action on tacking the impact of global warming. But Sweden's international Bluewater™ water purifying company says there is an urgent need to put increasing contamination of tap water on the climate change agenda.