Tag: tap water

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.

Water in the office: what are the options

If you want to enjoy nice fresh water at the office, possibly with a bubble, there are various options. We list them for you.

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?

More chance of a sustainable quality mark in the catering industry 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 here.

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.

Dutch drink more and more water and more often flavoured

Dutch drink more water and more often flavoured. That may be healthy, but not as good for the environment if it is spring water.

What is the difference between mineral water and spring water?

Natural mineral water, water of natural origin, spring water: a small selection of the terms used to sell the product. but what is the difference between the different types of water?

Why water is better for your vitality than coffee and tea

Some health gurus claim that coffee and tea would dry you out and argue for drinking several liters of water a day. But what’s true about this? We investigated!

Made Blue ambassadors win Gaia Green Awards

How proud we can be! No fewer than three hospitality ambassadors of Made Blue were nominated for the Gaia Green Awards this year and two of them went home with a total of three prizes! View the winners here.

Why is locally bottled water more sustainable?

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.