Tag: impact

Two Rotterdam restaurants provide 55 million litres of water

In 2017, they were one of the first restaurants to opt for locally bottled water with a contribution to clean drinking water in developing countries: Héroine en De Matroos and HetGirl. Together,...

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The best water for the world at Kijkduin beach

Machiel van Dooren of Made Blue talked to three beach bars on the beach in Kijkduin about the switch from bottled water to locally bottled Made Blue Water.

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What is better? Serve spring water or tap water yourself?

What is the difference between well water, tapping water yourself with a water machine or water cooler connected to the pipe, and charitable waters?

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La Trappe and BrewDog support Made Blue with limited edition

La Trappe and Brewdog are releasing a limited edition beer: Practice What You Preach. With this they provide 100 million liters of clean drinking water via Made Blue.

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Get a sustainable quality mark in hospitality with tap water

If you want to achieve a sustainable quality mark as a hotel, restaurant or event center, it certainly helps to serve tap water instead of spring water or mineral water. You can read how that works...

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Why ‘the best water for the world’

Our solutions are not only most sustainable, they also contribute to a better world, nearby and far away. We're happy to explain.

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Vebego companies realised 100 million litres

Vebego was at the cradle of Made Blue in 2014. Various Vebego subsidiaries together have already produced 100 million litres of clean drinking water.

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Blycolin reaches milestone of 100 million litres

Blycolin mirrors amount of water that is required for washing the linen in its own laundries, one litre for one litre, via Made Blue.

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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.

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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?

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