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Bluewater in the media

Bluewater survey investigates nationwide water contamination

WQP Magazine | February 7, 2019

A new national survey found that 28% of Americans have experienced water contamination issues in the past two years, a slight increase from a prior poll. The survey, conducted by Bluewater, reveals how the deteriorating state of America’s aging infrastructure affects Americans’ drinking water attitudes and habits.

Bluewater to Showcase Water Purifiers at NAFEM

Green Lodging News | February 5, 2019

OVERLAND PARK, KAN.—Bluewater will unveil its Bluewater Pro 400 and Bluewater Spirit model lines at NAFEM in Orlando, Fla., from February 7 to 9, to showcase innovative products and technologies that help foodservice professionals deliver fresh produce, achieve clean glassware and cutlery, and offer great-tasting coffee and other water-based drinks.

Combatting dependency on single-use water bottles

Nordea | February 1, 2019

Meet Bluewater, a company dedicated to delivering clean water.

More than 800 million people in the world lack access to clean water. With a changing climate and a growing world population, the struggle to find clean water is increasing and impacting people and companies across the world. During recent years we have also seen growing concern about how plastic waste and micro plastics will impact access to clean water.

Flowater Raised $15 Million to Help Eradicate Plastic Water Bottles

Goodnet | January 25, 2019

FloWater just achieved the milestone of the equivalent of one million plastic water bottles being removed from the marketplace since its launch eight years ago. Its mission is to eliminate one billion plastic water bottles by 2022.

This goal has just become very achievable because Bluewater, a world-leader in sustainable water technologies, just partnered with FloWater with a $15 million series B investment making it FloWater’s largest investor.

Interview with Anders Jacobson, Bluewater, SIF18

Climate Action | January 24, 2019

Climate Action caught up with Anders Jacobson, President and Chief Strategy Officer of Bluewater, at the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2018.

South African-based Bluewater Africa’s mobile trailers reducing single-use plastic usage at events

Bringo | January 24, 2019

‘Bluewater Africa Trailers’, the mobile water station service by Bluewater Africa, is offering single-use-plastic-free water supply to large-scale events in South Africa.

Bluewater sets sights on its clean water for everyone initiatives in 2019, building on company’s 2018 leap forward

The Phoenix Newspaper | January 8, 2019

In April 2018, Bluewater kicked off a “season of action” toward clean water solutions free from single-use plastics and contaminants. Closing out the year, the water technology leader reports progress in advancing its global clean drinking water movement, providing alternatives to single-use plastic, raising awareness on the critical water issues of our time and forging partnerships through investments in a slew of companies in the drinking water arena.

Bluewater Group investerar i FloWater

Livingstone | January 1, 2019

Livingstone is pleased to announce it has advised Bluewater Group, a portfolio company of Swedish impact-focused investment company Blue, on its $15 million Series B investment into FloWater, a rapidly-growing producer and marketer of new-tech water refill stations.

Bluewater Hails Katowice Climate Package

Delhi Greens | December 24, 2018

Bluewater, a world leader in developing innovative water purification technology and solutions, has called the UN Climate Change Agreement in Katowice, Poland, a landmark that will benefit planetary and human health.

Entrepreneurs Tackling Climate Change: “Lawmakers around the world need to target single use plastics” With Bengt Rittri and Amine Rahal

Medium | December 13, 2018

Law makers around the world need to target single use plastic bottles in addition to other plastics such as plastic cups, drinking straws and the likes of cotton buds. Where alternatives are available and affordable, single-use plastic products should be banned immediately.