The products address consumer concerns about emerging contaminants in drinking water
Bluewater, which sells its residential second-generation reverse osmosis water purifiers globally, will showcase its new U.S. product lineup at the Kitchen and Bathrooms Show (KBIS) in Las Vegas, Jan. 19 to 21, 2016. At KBIS, Bluewater will showing its latest point-of-use water purifiers that address consumer concerns about emerging contaminants in drinking water, including pesticides and herbicides, prescription drugs and detergents.
The trade show will be held in Las Vegas, Jan. 19 to 21, 2016
Bluewater will demonstrate its role in delivering point-of-use water delivery solutions for home and commercial use at the KBIS 2016 trade show, running Jan. 19 to 21, 2016, in Las Vegas. Highlights on the Bluewater stand N1475 will include a redesigned water purifier product portfolio and demonstrations of how the company is exploring ways to move its residential water purifying solutions into the Internet of Things.
The company will continue production of water purifiers in Europe, but will also now make two of its models in a Chinese factory
Bluewater announced it will expand its global manufacturing capacity by starting production in China at the end of this year.
Geared to meet growing water purification demand in China and across Asia Pacific, the move means Bluewater will have a solid production network of factories in Europe and Asia. The company will continue production at it manufacturing site in Åtvidaberg, Sweden, as sales grow in Europe and North America.
This is the first year the company participated in the IFA ShowStoppers event
Bluewater won an Envisioneering Innovation and Design Award for its Spirit water purifier, which delivers second-generation reverse osmosis cuts water wastage of traditional reverse osmosis solutions by up to 82%.
The new Bluewater Spirit was honored during ShowStoppers IFA 2015, the official press event attended by hundreds of journalists at the global tradeshow for consumer electronics and home appliances in Berlin, Germany, in early September.
Scientists found that crab shells removed copper and cadmium in water conditions similar to mining or metal refining wastewater
Scientists in Malaysia have found that crab shells are effective in removing copper and cadmium from contaminated waters.
Copper and cadmium exist naturally in the environment, but human activities including industrial and agricultural processes can increase their concentrations. At high concentrations, copper can cause unwanted health effects such as nausea, while cadmium can be toxic to the kidneys.
The new business line will be called De Nora Water Technologies
De Nora has completed the acquisition of the Water Purification group of Severn Trent Services. The new business line, called De Nora Water Technologies, will be focused on delivering water and wastewater technologies for municipal, marine and energy related water treatment applications.
These water purifiers are housed in stylish grey ergonomic bodies. With their compact, rounded shapes, the purifiers are designed to be installed under a kitchen sink and allow easy filter changes and maintenance access. The small Cleone is a classic RO unit. The mid-sized Spirit has a contemporary style and delivers 43.2 gph of direct-flow water. The larger Bluewater Pro delivers 81.3 gph to professional users or those who want a whole-house water purification system.
The purifiers are designed to combat contaminated tap water
Bluewater is showcasing three of its residential and light commercial water purifiers this week at Expo Milan, where exhibitors from more than 140 countries display their products to more than 20 million visitors.
Bluewater is unveiling its latest achievements from June 23 to 29, 2015, at the Cascina Triulza exposition area, along with a range of other companies.
The certificate is required for all foreign manufacturers of residential water treatment units
Bluewater has been awarded Ministry of Health (MOH) product certification for all three of its water purifier series in China: Cleone, Spirit and Pro.
Required for all foreign manufacturers of residential water treatment units, China’s MOH certificate is awarded by the Ministry of Health and is considered one of the most demanding when it comes to meeting qualification and product testing standards.
The organization will provide training sessions and water purification units
Louisville, Ky.-based nonprofit WaterStep is sending 100 of its M-100 water purifiers to Nepal to provide safe drinking water to communities affected by the recent earthquakes. Later this month, a team from WaterStep will travel to the Lalitpur district of Nepal to host free training sessions where representatives from more than a dozen organizations in seven different regions of Nepal will learn how to install and operate the water purification systems.