Tag / water purifiers
Press releases • Jul 18, 2019 05:37 EDT
The Open golf championship and Bluewater lead a sustainable revolution to create a resilient strategy ending the need for single-use plastic water bottles at major sporting events
Blog posts • Jun 24, 2019 02:08 EDT
Bluewater global brand ambassador Dee Caffari is a record breaking sailor. As the first woman to have sailed single-handed and non-stop around the world in both directions, Dee knows all about the need to stay properly hydrated. In her latest exclusive blog for Bluewater, Dee calls for an end to the complacency around wasting the planet's precious water reserves.
Bluewater to showcase remarkably compact Pro 400 water purifier at NAFEM providing market-leading pure water delivery
Press releases • Feb 05, 2019 12:09 EST
Foodservice professionals set to be wowed by innovative water purification technology from Sweden that outperforms competitors with powerhouse pure water delivery from a space-saving compact size
Bluewater signs a unique partnership with world-leading yachtswoman Dee Caffari as global brand ambassador
Press releases • Aug 02, 2018 07:18 EDT
Yachting hero Dee Caffari signs a sporting partnership with Bluewater, a water purifying company that views itself as a life company focused on harnessing human ingenuity to make good things happen as the leading innovator for drinking water solutions.
Blog posts • Jun 22, 2018 04:33 EDT
There are many things Swedes do well but celebrating the summer solstice, or Midsummer, at the end of June every year is an occasion they have turned into a social art fest.
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.
Drinking water as pure as nature intended served free at UNESCO Peacemakers' Celebration event in Hong Kong
Press releases • Feb 10, 2018 06:58 EST
Bluewater, the global water purifier brand, joins with water refill network Urban Spring to supply visitors this weekend to the UNESCO Peacemakers event in Hong Kong with drinking water as pure as nature intended after removing all potentially harmful contaminants.
Press releases • Jan 05, 2018 12:44 EST
Survey by home and business water purification leader Bluewater shows 56 percent of Americans believe toxins pollute their drinking water
Sweden’s Bluewater Water Purification Leader Showcases Innovative Product Lineup at HD Expo in Las Vegas
Press releases • May 02, 2017 16:34 EDT
Bluewater, a world leading provider of water purification solutions for homes and hospitality businesses such as restaurants and hotels, will demonstrate its full lineup of powerhouse-performance water purifiers at the HD Expo tradeshow in Las Vegas, May 3-5, 2017. You can find Bluewater on the Tilebar booth, #Booth 5657, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas.
News • Dec 27, 2016 04:50 EST
Could cooking in chloraminated water be harmful to human health? A study by scientists in Hong Kong and China suggests that cooking with chloraminated water and table salt could cause potentially harmful toxins in our food.
Second Generation Reverse Osmosis Key To Empowering People To Protect Themselves Against Emerging Tap Water Contaminants Says Bluewater
Press releases • Dec 12, 2016 10:07 EST
Water purifying company Bluewater, which innovates premium residential water purifiers sold in the U.S, European, Chinese and Asian markets, has published a white paper that examines emerging contaminants coming from domestic, commercial and industrial chemicals increasingly being found in tap water.
Sweden’s Bluewater Water Purifier Brand Showcases New, High Efficiency Whole House Filtration Systems At Shanghai’s 2016 Aquatech Trade Show
Press releases • Jun 15, 2016 23:31 EDT
Sweden’s Bluewater water purification brand today used the Shanghai 2016 Aquatech water industry trade show to debut new water purification systems designed to deliver home users purified water for drinking, washing dishes and clothes, and taking a bath or shower.
News • Apr 17, 2016 06:48 EDT
Drinking more tap water may help people who want to control their weight or reduce their intakes of sugar, sodium and saturated fat.