A study by Friends of the Earth Scotland reveals that pollution levels around the world are breaking limits
Blueair, a Sweden-based provider of indoor air cleaning technology appliances, said a recent Friends of the Earth claim that air pollution in Scotland is creating a public health crisis highlights the lack of public awareness about toxic pollutants in the air people breathe both outside and inside their homes and offices.
AWWA CEO David LaFrance thanks water professionals nationwide for keeping water safe for drinking
Dec. 16, 2014, marked the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), which today includes regulations for more than 90 contaminants. American Water Works Assn. (AWWA) CEO David LaFrance issued the following statement to mark the occasion.
The Beijing store-in-store is the company's first retail presence in Asia
Bluewater has debuted its flagship “Blue House” store-in-store presence in Beijing. Located within the Easyhome store, the Blue House is the first Bluewater flagship retail environment in Asia, which the brand will share with its air-purifying sister company, Blueair.
P&G sends powdered water purifiers to communities in need
Canadian actor Jason Priestley has joined P&G and Walmart Canada in a campaign to raise awareness in combating the global clean drinking water crisis.
Since April 2014, P&G has donated more than 15 million days of clean drinking water to communities through a program in which money from the purchase of participating P&G products at Walmart Canada will go toward communities in need.
Bluewater SuperiorOsmosis water purification technology will be launched at WQA Aquatech USA
Sweden’s Bluewater brand and SuperiorOsmosis water purification technology will be launched in North America at the WQA Aquatech USA tradeshow in Orlando, Fla., March 18 to 21. Bluewater’s compact water purifiers harness its patented SuperiorOsmosis water purification technology, which turns tap water into healthier drinking water by removing practically all known contaminants.
Kinetico donates water purification system to home renovation efforts
Kinetico Inc. partnered with Designing Spaces to support the donation and renovation of a home for Purple Heart veteran Pfc. Jeffery Taylor, his wife and three children. Kinetico water treatment products were contributed to improve the water quality in their home. The renovation will be revealed during a three-part television series, Designing Spaces of Hope — Project Homeward Bound, which airs Sept. 25 to 27, 2013, on Lifetime Television.
The small unit purifier is approved for providing safe drinking water for military personnel
Seldon Technologies Inc. announced that the Seldon WaterBox 300 MIL has passed the rigorous NSF P248 Protocol, Appendix B, assuring military personnel of safe drinking water, free of viruses, bacteria and cysts, anywhere in the world.
The Seldon WaterBox 300 MIL is a small unit water purifier using patented nano–filtration technology and is the first of Seldon’s product line to pass the NSF P248 protocol.
Video shows UV Technologies' Crossfire system in action
UV Pure Technologies Inc.’s new Crossfire Technology 3-D video is now playing online.
Featuring the patented Crossfire Technology, at the core of all UV Pure water purification systems, the video tells the story of the advantaged Crossfire Technology in a world of conventional light in a pipe systems.
The video features intimate, rarely seen close-ups of Crossfire Technology’s self-cleaning stainless steel wipers and displays Crossfire’s dual sensors team with the 360-degree elliptical reflectors to effectively de-active the pathogenic invaders.
Twelve water purification systems were donated to the Oceanside Fire District in New York
Steve Steinway, CEO of Propur Water Purification Systems, donated 12 Propur King water purification systems to the Oceanside Fire District in New York for disbursement to district fire stations in need of clean water.
“We wanted to do our part to help those most impacted by Hurricane Sandy and chose the Oceanside Fire District to donate to, after hearing that this was one of the harder hit areas," Steinway said. "We spoke with Alan Gershkowitz at their office and he will oversee their distribution to the fire stations in the greatest need.”
Water purity issues in developing nations and third-world countries populate the news, but pure drinking water can be just as difficult to achieve in developed countries. In the U.S., significant amounts of tap and well water are not fit for drinking due to heavy industrial and environmental pollution that result in water contamination. Even low-level exposure to some contaminants can cause illness, including liver damage, cancer and other serious ailments.
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