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Mid-weekly water news & innovations 14/11/2019

Introduction

Welcome to our mid-weekly news for the 14/11/2019

Here’s what has been happening recently.

And it has indeed been a very busy week for some!

BWT UK Limited attended #HOSTMilan2019

To discuss equipment, coffee and food:

Electrolux partner with the internal #womenintech summit

Electrolux celebrate World Quality Day

Aquasana do a sale of upto 50% off for their #HostingSeason sale

CRU Kafe announced their sustainable brand of the week

BWT UK Limited reveal their new Balanced Alkalised water in their individualised water filter cartridges.

Water-to-Go highlights their ambassador, Ash Dykes, Guinness world record from earlier this year

Ash Dyke became the first person ever recorded to have walked the Yangtze River (The longest river in Asia), China. An amazing achievement!

 

Percol Coffee partners with OLIO 

Look out for Percol Coffee in the OLIO app, as there’s going to be 1500 plastic free coffee bags made available.

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It's been interesting to write about the @SolarWaterPlc 'solar dome' set for Saudi Arabia's ambitious @NEOM vision. Promising $0.34/m3, the concept is a decentralised approach to #desalination using mirrors (heliostats) to heat the domes. Always appreciate analysis from @letleon

Plans by the Sustainable Aviation coalition to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, even while passenger numbers grow by an expected 70%, are simply 🥧 in the sky...

Or rather: more carbon in the atmosphere.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-51364103 #ClimateEmergency

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