To kick off the holiday season on Giving Tuesday, Pur Water, a Helen of Troy brand, has formed new partnerships with Citizen Schools, Friends of the Children-Boston and Thrive Support & Advocacy to help support local youth education efforts.
Helen of Troy is kicking off Pur Community, a new initiative from the company’s health and home division, which is designed to help municipalities experiencing water quality issues with immediate and cost-effective point-of-use filtration solutions.
Black + Blum has introduced its Eau Good Duo sports water filter and hydration bottle.
Bluewater Group, Imagine H2O and 11th Hour Racing have named the 2018 winners of the Urban Drinking Water Challenge. The challenge is a global innovation competition to deploy and scale decentralized drinking water solutions for fast-growing, water-scarce cities.
Hydros, a water filtration brand, has launched a new line of filtering pitchers, carafes and bottles.
A.O. Smith Corporation has been selected as the primary supplier of residential water treatment products for all Lowe’s U.S. home improvement stores, the company said.
Bluewater has launched the $1 million Challenge For Drinking Water Innovation at the Sustainable Innovation in Sport Conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The contest aligns with U.N. Sustainable Development Goal 6, the company said, which calls for universal access to safe and affordable drinking water for all by 2030.
Bluewater recently launched the Bluewater Clean Water Movement in an effort to educate consumers on water quality and excess single-use plastics. In order to support its goals, the company conducted a survey on American bottled water use and consumer trust in water quality.
Pelican Water Systems has launched educational resources on its website dedicated to educating consumers on the various water filtration products available today.
Aquasana’s drinking water filters, both countertop and under the sink, are said to be the first filtration appliances to earn certification to a new protocol developed by NSF International. The protocol is said to verify a water treatment device’s ability to reduce PFOA and PFOS to below the health advisory levels set by the EPA. In the past, PFOA had been used in the manufacturing process of some non-stick cookware.