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Sweden’s Bluewater merges with US-based Flowater to create global drinking water purification powerhouse

April 11, 2022 | Business Leader

With a shared mission of eliminating plastic waste and providing safe, ultra-purified and great-tasting drinking water, Stockholm-based Bluewater and Denver, Colorado-based FloWater recently announced their merger in a move that will transform the water industry worldwide.

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Bluewater merges with Flowater

April 6, 2022 | African Review

Stockholm-based Bluewater and Denver, Colorado-based FloWater have announced their merger in a move to transform the water industry worldwide.

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Bluewater says its time to double-down on tackling microplastics

March 28, 2022 | Global Travel Media

Bluewater, a world leader in innovating water purification solutions, today said there was an urgent need to double down on tackling microplastic pollution as a new study for the first time reveals the presence of the particles in human blood.

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New Study Finds the Presence of Polymer Particles in Human Blood

March 25, 2022 | Hobbs Online News

Today, Bluewater, a world leader in innovating water purification solutions, said there was an urgent need to double down on tackling microplastic pollution. A new study for the first time reveals the presence of particles in human blood.

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Water purification innovator Bluewater launches its pioneering premium residential and commercial water purifiers, sustainable bottles in UAE and GCC at Expo 2020 Dubai

March 21, 2022 | MeenaFN

Bluewater, a world-leading innovator of premium water purification technologies and sustainable bottles, today launched its market-leading solutions across the UAE and GCC region at a combined press event and water symposium in the Swedish Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai attended by leading local dignitaries including Mr Nasser Mohd Hussain bin Lootah, EVP, Generation (P&W), Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA), business people from the Horeca industry and a larger number of local media.

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Humans eat a credit card’s worth of plastic a week

March 20, 2022 | Zawya

Expo 2020 Dubai Water Week sees the launch of purifiers that can remove impurities 400 times smaller than the smallest virus, including microplastics.

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Bluewater Group appoints Philip Russell new Managing Director for fast-growing events and venues business

February 26, 2022 | Global Travel Media

Global water company Bluewater today announced it will expand its international events and venues hydration team with the appointment of a Managing Director, Philip Russell, to its UK-headquartered operation. The appointment signals Bluewater’s ambition to further build its unique hydration business for premium events and venues in the UK, Europe, the USA ,and globally.

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BLUEWATER GROUP APPOINTS PHILIP RUSSELL NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR FOR FAST-GROWING EVENTS AND VENUES BUSINESS

February 24, 2022 | West Wales Chronicles

Global water company Bluewater today announced it will expand its international events and venues hydration team with the appointment of a Managing Director, Philip Russell, to its UK-headquartered operation. The appointment signals Bluewater’s ambition to further build its unique hydration business for premium events and venues in the UK, Europe, the USA ,and globally.

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Bluewater Group Appoints Philip Russell New Managing Director

February 23, 2022 | Golf Business News

Global water company Bluewater today announced it will expand its international events and venues hydration team with the appointment of a Managing Director, Philip Russell, to its UK-headquartered operation. The appointment signals Bluewater’s ambition to further build its unique hydration business for premium events and venues in the UK, Europe, the USA and globally.

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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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