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A lack of clean drinking water not only affects people’s health, but also indirectly leads to poverty. How does that work exactly? In this blog we provide more insight into the problems of water scarcity in developing countries.
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Onderzoek MADE BLUE Nederlander betaalt 75% meer voor kraanwater voor het goede doel
A survey conducted by Gfk shows that 6 out of 10 people are positively surprised when restaurants serve water for a good cause. And they are even willing to pay up to € 1.42 more!
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Donaties MADE BLUE: waar gaat het geld naartoe?
Charities are often critically reviewed. Are they operating in a transparent, effective and efficient way? Are donations being properly spent? These are questions that are also very relevant to MADE BLUE.
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glasbak
Tapping and bottling your own water using a water cooler directly connected to the mains is way more sustainable than serving water bottled in factories far away. We’re happy to elaborate below.
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Gekoeld kraanwater tappen
Making your hospitality business more sustainable is not only better for our planet, but most of the time also cost saving.
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bonnetjes
We often assume that tap water does not cost a restaurant owner anything. However, this is really not a valid conclusion.
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alt tekst
In the Dutch hospitality business entrepreneurs have to deal with a growing demand for tap water. After all, Dutch tap water is the best water in the world. But how do you meet this request without losing sales?
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Jamie Street - photo used bij MADE BLUE
What is the difference between source water, tap water and mineral water? In this blog we will explain you the differences!
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