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THE OCEAN RACE TARGETS SUSTAINABILITY WITH BLUEWATER DEAL

April 26, 2019 | SportBusiness

The Ocean Race sailing event has signed a new partnership with Swedish water company Bluewater.

The deal names Bluewater as the Official Drinking Water Provider of the 2021-22 event. Bluewater will leverage the race to engage with fans and promote its anti-single-use plastic bottle messaging.

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THE OCEAN RACE PARTNERS WITH BLUEWATER

April 26, 2019 | Action Sports Connection

The Ocean Race will partner with pure water provider Bluewater in a bid to reduce global reliance on single-use plastics. The new programme of work, with Bluewater as the official drinking water provider of The Ocean Race, will also explore ways education and science can help advance our understanding of the long-term effects of plastic pollution.

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LOOK, NO PLASTIC! HOW A SWEDISH COMPANY IS PROVIDING FRESH DRINKING WATER FROM THE BALTIC SEA

April 25, 2019 | Forbes

After relatively little snow and rainfall for over two years, Sweden, a country with 100,000 lakes, is tinder dry. Forest fires have been raging in parts of southern Sweden since before the Easter weekend.  For the inhabitants of the 30,000 islands of the Stockholm archipelago, the warm dry Spring is a worrying sign that water may be scarce again this summer, the old aquifers and wells on the islands no longer able to cope with the growing demands posed by increasing numbers of visitors and hotter, drier summers.

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FROM LANGA TO LONDON: TWO CAPE TOWN TEENAGERS ENJOY THE TRIP OF A LIFE TIME

April 24, 2019 | Good Things Guy

Sipumle Ntlako and Lisachanya Mtumtum from Langa enjoyed the trip of a lifetime after their essays offering solutions for water conservation won them tickets to a Manchester United football game.

The teenagers experienced the thrill of attending a match at the famous Old Trafford stadium, stayed in a hotel and saw the sights of Manchester, thanks to a Swedish businessman who believes in the power of dreams.

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CLEANING UP OUR SEAS: WHAT SAILORS CAN DO TO HELP

April 16, 2019 | Yachting World

We need to clean up our oceans. Biologist Anna Turns investigates the global scale of plastic pollution, while Toby Hodges looks at how the top sailors and event organisers are leading the charge for change.

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BLUEWATER DEVELOPS UNIQUE DRINKING WATER SOLUTIONS FOR AFRICAN MINERS

April 16, 2019 | African Eye Report

An innovative new mobile water station has been developed by Bluewater, a world leader in water purification technology and solutions, to provide safe drinking water for remote workforces in the African mining sector.

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BLUEWATER OFFERS MINING INDUSTRY QUALITY

April 16, 2019 | Business Ghana

Unique Drinking Water Solutions Provide Mining Industry Better Water Quality, Improved Bottom Line And Enhanced Environmental Performance

An innovative new mobile water station has been developed by Bluewater, a world leader in water purification technology and solutions, to provide safe drinking water for remote workforces in the African mining sector.

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UNIQUE DRINKING WATER SOLUTIONS PROVIDE MINING INDUSTRY WITH BETTER WATER QUALITY, IMPROVED BOTTOM LINE AND ENHANCED ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE

April 15, 2019 | Engineering News

An innovative new mobile water station has been developed to provide safe drinking water for remote workforces in the mining sector – improving water quality and worker satisfaction, cutting costs and spurring improved environmental performance by slashing the need for costly single-use plastic bottles.

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VOLVO OCEAN RACE: KEEPING IT CLEAN

April 3, 2019 | Gaia Discovery

The Volvo Ocean Race sees some of the most technically advanced sailboats compete over 83,000 kilometres around the world, using just wind for power. At sea, competitors see a lot of deep-sea pollution – so they are doing their bit to reduce consumption.

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NONPROFITS JOIN HANDS WITH INVESTMENT FIRM TO TACKLE WATER ISSUES

March 25, 2019 | Penta | Barron’s

In honor of the United Nations World Water Day on March 22, two U.S. nonprofit organizations and a Swedish private investment firm announced their second annual “Urban Water Challenge,” which, with up to US$1 million in pilot funding, will empower entrepreneurs to deploy innovative water technologies globally.

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