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.
“A study by the NSF water standards organization showed 82% of consumer respondents reported they were concerned about new contaminants in drinking water, which is an issue Bluewater’s water purifiers are designed to address,” said Niclas Wullt, managing director of the Bluewater Group. He said Bluewater’s advanced Spirit and Pro water purifiers with SuperiorOsmosis technology inside address consumer concerns by removing most prescription drugs, over-the-counter prescriptions, detergents and new types of herbicides and pesticides that are now being increasingly found in residential drinking water.
Wullt said Bluewater will demonstrate its point-of-use tap water delivery solutions for both home and kitchen use on its stand (N1475_NH) at the KBIS 2016 trade show. The company will reveal its fully redesigned water purifier product portfolio and demonstrate how Bluewater is exploring ways to move its residential water purifying solutions into the Internet of Things.
Bluewater is fully geared to meet the growing inadequacies in the planet’s urban water supply systems, ranging from increased pollution by pharmaceutical, agricultural fertilizer and other compounds to fast ageing, nineteenth century municipal residential water treatment and delivery infrastructures, according to Wullt.
“Over 80% of Americans live in towns and cities today, which places huge pressure on urban water cleaning and delivery systems, a problem Bluewater helps individual homewoners and businesses overcome with its patented second-generation reverse osmosis SuperiorOsmosis technology,” Wullt said.