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Study Links Microplastic in Human Excrement with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

February 5, 2022 | Seven Seas Media

A potential link between microplastics and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has been flagged up by a new scientific study, reports Bluewater, a world leader in sustainable water and bottle solutions for homes, businesses and public dispensing. Bluewater senior research scientist Ahmed Fawzy, Ph.D, said this is the first study to report the different concentrations of fecal microplastics between patients and healthy people.

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Eco xmas gifts

November 27, 2020 | Sublime Magazine

This festive season, many of us will have the long-awaited chance to celebrate with family and friends. make a positive impact this christmas with sublime’s carefully-curated list of top independent online shops for eco-friendly gifts.

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Janneke Brasecke – Bluewater Africa

October 3, 2020 |

How Bluewater aims to support sustainable film and television production.

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Still, Sparkling and Sustainable Water on the Set of ‘Raised by Wolves’

September 22, 2020 | The Hollywood Reporter

How one company’s hydration trailer saved more than 100,000 plastic water bottles from being used during production of the new HBO Max series. Plastic single-use water bottles have become so commonplace on film and TV sets that sharp-eyed viewers earlier this year spotted one in the background of a scene in Little Women. And although many bottles do get recycled, when it comes to sustainability, there should be a better way to sate a thirsty crew.

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Sports world urged to place climate action at the forefront of their efforts to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic

September 16, 2020 | Racer Ready

As the world faces a perfect storm of industrial and plastic pollution, climate change, and threatened ecosystems such as coral reefs and wildlife, there has never been a more relevant time than the present for sport to leverage its power to create change towards a sustainable future, says Sweden’s international water purification technology company Bluewater.

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Where is Raised by Wolves Filmed?

September 2, 2020 | The Cinemaholic

‘Raised by Wolves’ is a science fiction drama that follows two humanoid androids named Father and Mother who crash land on planet Kepler-22b after Earth becomes unfit for living, bearing the responsibility to raise several human embryos and train them to restart a new life in the isolated location. Their life is disrupted when an Ark filled with the sun-worshipping Mithraic religion arrives on the foreign planet, looking for food and other means of survival. When the Mithraic warrior and his men pose as a threat to their settlement, Mother and Father map out a plan to keep them away from their land but it does come with sacrifices. Curious to know where ‘Raised by Wolves,’ is filmed? We have got you covered.

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internationell framgång för svenska vattenflaska som lanseras på AIG Women’s Open Golf Championships för att bidra till en grönare värld

August 21, 2020 | IT-hållbarhet

När världens damelit i golf ger sig ut på fairway på Royal Troon Golf Club i Skottland för AIG Women’s Open Golf Championship 2020 kommer de att ha med sig unika vattenflaskor från svenska Bluewater.

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Eco-Friendly Bluewater Bottles Help Players Stay Hydrated At AIG Women’s Open

August 20, 2020 | Golf Business News

When the world’s elite women golfers step out onto the pristine fairways of the Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland today for the first round of the 2020 AIG Women’s Open Golf Championship they will be carrying unique water bottles that not only promote better hydration, health, and performance, but also contribute to a greener world and less plastic pollution of the world’s oceans.

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Royal Swedish Yacht Club and Bluewater team up in seawater harvesting initiative in Baltic Sea

August 10, 2020 | Green Solutions

Baltic Sea island idyll Sandhamn is seeing record numbers of boat folks visiting this year as Swedes look for holiday alternatives to their usual Mediterranean seaside haunts due to Covid-19.

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Is the tide ebbing on removing single-use plastics?

August 3, 2020 | The Evolve Magazine

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