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.
News • Aug 05, 2018 15:11 EDT
Sweden's 4 x 200 meter male swim team that included Bluewater-supported Adam Paulsson smashes a 26-year old Swedish record with a time of 7.14.03.
News • Jul 04, 2018 08:33 EDT
Smart water brand Bluewater has launched a bold new identity to emphasise its vision to provide pure drinking water to everyone, everywhere with product solutions that also help eliminate the need for single-use plastic bottles.
News • Jun 24, 2018 04:05 EDT
Sweden's Midsummer celebrations are one of the most important celebrations in the Swedish calendar, and celebrated around the world by Swedes and their friends. Hong Kong was no exception with Bluewater and other local Swedish companies ensuring a a good time for a big turn out that included Chief Executive Carrie Lam.
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.
News • Nov 13, 2017 08:21 EST
Just one week after Bluewater signed a partnership deal with top Swedish swimmer Adam Paulsson, the 22-year old swim star powered through the pool to take seven medals in Sweden’s National Swim Championship last weekend, including two gold medals.
A New Database Detailing Pollutants In Virtually All U.S. Public Water Systems Is A Benchmark For Other Countries, Says Bluewater
News • Aug 14, 2017 09:52 EDT
Bluewater, an innovator of advanced residential water purification technologies, has praised the initiative by the U.S. Environmental Working Group to publish a new national Tap Water Database enabling Americans to discover what potentially harmful chemicals could be their drinking water. Bluewater said the EWG project sets a benchmark for similar initiatives in other parts of the world.