Bluewater provides drinking water for Swedish island community

Swedish water purification company Bluewater is reducing single-use plastic water bottles for water-stressed communities. On the tiny island of Sandhamn in the Stockholm Archipelago, which accommodates up to 600,000 tourists every summer, Bluewater is producing 30,000 litres of drinking water every day at drinking water stations connected to technology that purifies water from the Baltic Sea.

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