Tag: clean drinking water

10 billion litres on World Water Day 2022?

As every year, we will also announce our meter reading on World Water Day this year. Have we reached the magical limit of 10 billion litres of clean drinking water despite the various lockdowns?

Clean water update: 771 million people

The WHO and Unicef released a report late last year on access to water and sanitation in 2020. Fortunately, we are moving in the right direction: from 785 million to 771 million people without access to safe drinking water.

The alternative to packaged water: the Bottle Made Blue

The introduction of a deposit on small PET bottles is a cause for concern for parties that like to hand out a bottle of water. That has become about 50% more expensive. We developed a very affordable and reusable alternative with a huge impact: the Bottle Made Blue.

headson Made Blue: impact for and on behalf of entrepreneurs

Karola Asche, director of headson, wrote an article about her collaboration with Made Blue: Impact on behalf of and for entrepreneurs as a result of three years of collaboration.

Deposits for clean drinking water at Schiphol Airport

Since this summer, there are more than 70 bins at Schiphol in which you can donate your PET bottle for drinking water. There’s more to it than you think…

COVID-19: how is Africa coping?

What are the consequences – both positive and negative – of COVID-19 in Africa? And what role is water playing?

Our meter reading on World Water Day 2021

We are announcing our meter reading on World Water Day this year. How many liters of clean drinking water have we been able to realize since our start?

Hoog Catharijne opens biggest watertap in The Netherlands

You can now tap cooled and filtered water in Hoog Catharijne yourself from a water cooler of the Made Blue Foundation.

The 100 million club

We are happy with every donation, but a few ambassadors have each already donated more than 100 million litres of clean drinking water.

100,000 people

We have already been able to give more than 100,000 people access to clean drinking water! How much is that actually? And how can we be so sure?