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Bluewater says new evidence of microplastics in blood of cows and pigs is deeply alarming, further underlines plastics threat to human health

November 1, 2021 | AWAY IN STYLE

Bluewater, the Swedish water company that has put an end to the need for single-use plastic bottles at the heart of its business mission, says new research finding microplastics in the blood of cows and pigs paints a grim future for human health.

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Bluewater Says Microplastics Found in Blood of Cows and Pigs May Pose a Threat to Human Health

October 27, 2021 | Happy.com

Swedish water company Bluewater says new evidence of microplastics in the blood of cows and pigs is “deeply alarming” and underlines a potential threat to human health. Further research, however, is needed into the consequences of long-term exposure to microplastics.

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Bluewater Says New Evidence Of Microplastics In Blood Of Cows And Pigs Is Deeply Alarming, Further Underlines Plastics Threat To Human Health

October 27, 2021 | Water Online

Bluewater, the Swedish water company that has put an end to the need for single-use plastic bottles at the heart of its business mission, says new research finding microplastics in the blood of cows and pigs paints a grim future for human health.

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Study Finds 10 Times More Microplastics in Baby Poop Than That of Adults

October 13, 2021 | Money For Lunch

Stockholm, Sweden, October 3, 2021 – A new study medical study reveals babies are being exposed to higher levels of microplastics than adults, writes Blue-owned Swedish water brand Bluewater, a world leader in innovative water purification and drinking solutions. Research by environmental scientists at the New York University School of Medicine found microplastics widely used in bottles and polyester textiles are ten times higher in baby poop than in adult stool.

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

August 20, 2021 | 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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AIG WOMEN’S OPEN ELIMINATE SINGLE-USE PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES

August 19, 2021 | Golf Australia

The R&A, Mastercard and adidas are partnering to launch the Open Water Project at the 2021 AIG Women’s Open at Carnoustie.

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THE R&A PARTNERS WITH MASTERCARD AND ADIDAS TO ELIMINATE SINGLE-USE PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES AT THE AIG WOMEN’S OPEN

August 19, 2021 | Ladies European Tour

The R&A, Mastercard and adidas are partnering to launch the Open Water Project at the 2021 AIG Women’s Open at Carnoustie.

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Women’s Open golf: No plastic water bottles for sale at Carnoustie in bid to cut waste

August 18, 2021 | The Courier

Fans heading to the Women’s Open golf at Carnoustie this week will not be able to buy water in plastic bottles.

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No single use plastic water bottles at this week’s Women’s Open

August 18, 2021 | Irish Golfer

The R&A, Mastercard and adidas are partnering to launch the Open Water Project at the 2021 AIG Women’s Open at Carnoustie.

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DON’T LOOK FOR SINGLE-USE PLASTIC BOTTLES AT THE 2021 AIG WOMEN’S OPEN!

August 18, 2021 | Golf Business Monitor

I am so happy that the organizers of the 2021 AIG Women’s Open (16-22 August 2021) at Carnoustie Golf Links will not offer single-use plastic bottles instead will offer water refilling stations and reusable stainless steel bottles.

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