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Award winners float solutions for a world of water-scarce cities

Industry Networker | September 3, 2018

The winners of the 2018 Urban Drinking Water Challenge – a global innovation competition to deploy and scale decentralised drinking water solutions for fast-growing, water-scarce cities – were showcased at an award ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden, on Monday evening. The event was hosted by Founding Partners Bluewater and 11th Hour Racing, alongside Imagine H2O.

Bluewater genomför strategisk investering i TAPP Water

Industritorget | August 31, 2018

Bluewater, ett världsledande företag inom innovativ vattenreningsteknik tillkännagav idag att man har genomfört en strategisk minoritetsinvestering i TAPP Water, ett europeiskt företag som är specialiserat sig på filtrering av kranvatten. Investeringen ska stötta företagets vision att erbjuda hållbara filtreringslösningar för rent och prisvärt kranvatten.

Imagine H2O urban drinking water challenge winners named

Water World | August 28, 2018

The winners of the 2018 Urban Drinking Water Challenge, a global innovation competition to deploy and scale decentralized drinking water solutions for fast-growing, water-scarce cities, were showcased at an award ceremony Monday evening hosted by Founding Partners Bluewater and 11th Hour Racing as well as Imagine H2O.

This island’s “water microgrid” is saving its aquifer from tourists

Fast Company | August 27, 2018

Bluewater is making Baltic Sea water drinkable for visitors to the tiny Swedish island of Sandhamn–and helping other water-strapped communities thrive. Though the island is home to only around 90 full-time residents, 600,000 vacationers flock to the tiny outpost, which some call the “Swedish Hamptons,” each year. And that influx puts an unbearable strain on the island’s water systems.

Innovation will permeate the dialogue at Stockholm World Water Week

GreenBiz | August 24, 2018

In the water sector, business as usual is finally giving way to innovation — not just technology innovation but innovation in partnerships, financing and business models. This is evident in the planned program for the 2018 Stockholm World Water Week (SWWW), which runs Aug. 26-31. A first for SWWW this year is the highlight on Imagine H2O’s 2018 Urban Drinking Water Challenge.

Indian Startup wins ‘Urban Drinking Water Global Challenge 2018’

buisnessnewstrends.blogspot.com | August 24, 2018

Mumbai,August 24, 2018. The 2018 winners of the Urban Drinking Water Challenge, a global innovation competition to deploy and scale decentralized drinking water solutions for fast-growing, water-scarce cities, were announced by Imagine H2O and Founding Partners Bluewater Group and 11th Hour Racing.

Baltic Sea can provide clean drinking water using new tech

The Baltic World | August 20, 2018

Water purification technology developed by Stockholm company Bluewater has been adopted in Sandhamn to provide clean drinking water sourced from the Baltic Sea during the summer, when 600,000 people flock to the island in East Sweden.

8 Practical Home Tools Designed For Tasks of Necessity

Design Milk | August 20, 2018

There are certain practical appliances, tools, and technologies we all keep around the house not because we necessarily love them, but because we recognize we need them – objects of a pragmatic nature that easily become eyesores because generally aesthetic considerations are deemed secondary.

Baltic Sea provides clean drinking water for Swedish holiday island during summer drought using new tech

Compelo | August 20, 2018

Water purification technology developed by Stockholm company Bluewater has been adopted in Sandhamn to provide clean drinking water sourced from the Baltic Sea during the summer, when 600,000 people flock to the island in East Sweden.

Baltic Sea can provide clean drinking water using new tech

The Baltic World | August 20, 2018

Water purification technology developed by Stockholm company Bluewater has been adopted in Sandhamn to provide clean drinking water sourced from the Baltic Sea during the summer, when 600,000 people flock to the island in East Sweden.