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Human ingenuity and technology from water tech leader Bluewater battle fast growing water scarcity in the 30,000-island archipelago outside the Swedish capital, Stockholm.
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.
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.
Helsinki Fashion Week and Sweden’s world-leading drinking water tech and solutions company Bluewater have partnered to put an off-catwalk spotlight on the global circular economy, sustainability values and drinking water pollution in an age of growing water scarcity.
Bluewater has partnered with the 2018 52 SUPER SERIES, the world’s leading grand prix monohull yacht racing circuit, to deliver contaminant free pure chilled still or sparking water to competing sailors and visitors.
Bluewater crystal pure chilled still and sparkling water proves a smash hit at the classic International Tennis Hall of Fame tennis tournament in Newport, Rhode Island, where the focus away from the action on the pristine grass courts is very much on turning the tide on single use plastic bottles. Bluewater’s water station and cool stainless-steel bottles are serving visitors and players alike.
Innovativ vattenreningsteknik från Bluewater hjälper till att minska den akuta bristen på dricksvatten på Sandhamn i Stockholms skärgård under sommaren.
Sweden’s Gothia Cup is the world’s most unique international football tournament with 1,700 youth teams from 80 nations playing their hearts out for sporting glory. This year a team from Cape Town, found their dream come true after water technology and solutions company Bluewater stepped in to support their travel from South Africa to Sweden.
On World Population Day, water tech leader Bluewater calls for more focus on long-term partnerships between public and private sectors to solve drinking water scarcity in the face of shrinking water availability and growing urban populations. Bluewater says applications for its Imagine H2O Urban Drinking Water Scarcity Challenge 2018 have exceeded all expectations in terms of quantity and quality.
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 is a world leader innovating, manufacturing, and commercializing water purification technologies and solutions for residential, business and public use that harness the company’s patented reverse osmosis technology to remove virtually all pollutants from water, including lead, bacteria, pesticides, medical residues, chlorine, micro plastic fibers and lime-scale. Please visit us at http://www.bluewatergroup.com.