Archive for the ‘Drinking water’ Category

Saving single use plastic bottles.

Bluewater is helping Cape Town save thousands of single-use plastic water bottles from being used during Volvo Ocean Race stop-over

Nov 29, 2017, 2:55 GMT

Up to half-a-million plastic water bottles may be avoided during the upcoming Volvo Ocean Race stop-over in Cape Town thanks to the unique technology provided by Bluewater, a world leader in innovative water purification solutions. Love Pure Water is proud to be making Bluewater’s water purifiers available throughout the UK.

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Bluewater launches clean drinking water movement to boost a sustainable future for human and ocean health

Oct 16, 2017, 7:22 GMT

Love Pure Water focuses on selling Bluewater water purifiers because we believe they are the best in the market at what they do – delivering people cleaner, healthier water from their taps. Now Bluewater is committing to building a planet-wide movement that will harness human ingenuity to help bring cleaner, healthier water to everyone and create oceans without plastic.

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Bluewater Recently Supported The Swedish Entry in The America’s Cup Championship in Bermuda

Jul 7, 2017, 8:25 GMT

Bluewater recently supported the Swedish entry in the America’s Cup championship in Bermuda. They helped turn harvested rainwater into healthier drinking and washing water for the 100-person strong base camp of the Artemis Racing crew and support staff. The following video commemorates the achievement. All of us at were proud to follow the Artemis

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David Noble speaks to staff at London’s Hotel Rafayel about Bluewater purified water

Jun 27, 2017, 11:33 GMT

London’s Hotel Rafayel is one of the world’s first environmentally-conscious luxury hotels. Hotel Rafayel embraces cutting edge green technologies to minimise environmental impact without compromising 5-star luxury, quality or comfort. Incorporating the latest technological advances in LED lighting, air conditioning and rainwater harvesting enables the hotel to reduce the 70kg carbon footprint of the average

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Are dangerous pesticides getting into our tap water?

May 17, 2017, 2:00 GMT

A recent report from the USA study earlier this year found bug-killing neonicotoids had entered the human drinking water chain. According to the study, published in Environmental Science & Technology Letters, chemists and engineers from the U.S. Geological Survey, a federal agency, and the University of Iowa, identified the presence of three neonicotinoids in drinking water delivered from an Iowa City treatment facility. Do we have a similar problem in the United Kingdom?

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Why we need to be concerned about our tap drinking water

Apr 29, 2017, 12:00 GMT

American scientists have found traces of an insecticide in U.S. tap water for the first time, reports Bluewater, a world leader in residential water purification solutions. Bluewater notes the findings come as a Gallup poll published in April indicates Americans are more concerned about water pollution than they have been since 2001.

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Baby drinking filtered purified bottled water

New report links nitrate in drinking water to birth defects

Apr 6, 2017, 12:30 GMT

High levels of nitrates, atrazine and arsenic in drinking water are linked in a new U.S. study to birth defects such as cleft palate, cleft lip and limb deficiencies.

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