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Human ingenuity can solve humanity’s problems, Almedalen audience told by Bluewater owner, Blue

Human ingenuity can solve humanity’s problems, Almedalen audience told by Bluewater owner, Blue

News   •   Jul 04, 2018 10:49 EDT

Human ingenuity can overcome many of the current environmental challenges confronting humankind and the planet but demands a commitment to developing a circular economy with an eye on sustainability says Anders Jacobson, co-founder and CEO of Blue, the investment company that owns Bluewater.

Bluewater på plats i Sandhamn med vattenstationer som löser Sandhamns vattenbrist under sommaren

Bluewater på plats i Sandhamn med vattenstationer som löser Sandhamns vattenbrist under sommaren

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 .

A Midsummer's Night Dream... in Hong Kong

A Midsummer's Night Dream... in Hong Kong

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.

Celebrating International Yoga Day!

Celebrating International Yoga Day!

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.

Almost 60% of young Swedes aged 18 – 29 worry their tap water is polluted

Almost 60% of young Swedes aged 18 – 29 worry their tap water is polluted

News   •   Jun 14, 2018 06:40 EDT

New survey finds Sweden’s millennials worry more about harmful germs and carcinogens existing in their tap water than their parents do.

Bluewater says human ingenuity and technology can already help alleviate global urban water scarcity problems

Bluewater says human ingenuity and technology can already help alleviate global urban water scarcity problems

News   •   Jun 01, 2018 08:21 EDT

Chinese investors, innovators and business leaders at Shanghai 2018 Aquatech Trade Show hear how human ingenuity can be tapped to turn existing and new technologies into solutions for global water scarcity issues.

Water: Making the Difference Between Success or Failure in a Dragon Boat Race

Water: Making the Difference Between Success or Failure in a Dragon Boat Race

News   •   May 10, 2018 07:14 EDT

Dragon boat racing is a high-intensity, calorie burning sport that demands near super-human powers of endurance. A strong performance requires well fuelled and hydrated muscles, so why not ensure the water you are drinking as as pure as nature intended, says Bluewater, a world leading provider of drinking water solutions.

Drugs swamping world's rivers, say researchers

Drugs swamping world's rivers, say researchers

News   •   Apr 12, 2018 05:27 EDT

Scientists told conference goers at the European Geosciences Union gathering in Vienna that the world's rivers are are rapidly becoming clogged by clogged by prescription drug waste.

Bluewater and 11th Hour Racing Partner with Imagine H2O to Launch 
USD1 Million Global Innovation Challenge for Urban Water Scarcity

Bluewater and 11th Hour Racing Partner with Imagine H2O to Launch 
USD1 Million Global Innovation Challenge for Urban Water Scarcity

News   •   Mar 15, 2018 14:56 EDT

Program launched under Imagine H2O’s Global Water Accelerator Program will identify and deploy entrepreneurial solutions to water scarcity in mega-cities.

The problem with plastic water bottles just appeared to get a lot worse!

The problem with plastic water bottles just appeared to get a lot worse!

News   •   Mar 15, 2018 12:46 EDT

New research by Orb Media, a nonprofit journalism organization based in Washington, D.C., shows that a single bottle can hold dozens or possibly even thousands of microscopic plastic particles.