August 13, 2022

NAMA adds new experiences to expand US Coffee Tea & Water event

In the United States, the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA) has announced the opening of registration for its Coffee Tea & Water Show. The two-day event,
August 13, 2022

London installs more free water fountains

As the heatwave continued across the south of the UK, London Mayor Sadiq Khan  teamed up with Thames Water to install more than a hundred new
August 13, 2022

Local council says water dispensers stopped equivalent of 19,000 bottles of single-use plastic

A ‘Turning the Tide’ eco project prevented the equivalent of 19,000 single-use plastic bottles from being thrown out as rubbish during Plastic Free July. The claim
August 11, 2022

Belgium to extract drinking water from the sea by 2026

In Nieuwpoort, Belgian companies will soon draw water from the sea in order to create clean drinking water. The technology to do this already exists, but
August 10, 2022

US water-cooler startup Bevi raises $70M

US-based Bevi has announced a $70 million Series D investment from Cowen Sustainable Investments (CSI), an environmental sustainability-focused growth investment platform. The $70 million in equity
August 4, 2022

Blupura’s UNICO water dispensing station automatically detects and fills any type of container

Blupura has recently launched the first water dispenser working with Artificial Intelligence (A.I.), a solution that will revolutionise the water industry. Talking with the consumers Blupura
August 1, 2022

Signs of recovery as UK vending industry reports year-on-year growth

The vending industry in the UK is showing signs of a post-pandemic recovery, with 16% growth reported in the sector from 2020 to 2021, new research
July 25, 2022

Water dispensers for heatwave wellbeing

According to a recent feature on ‘This Week in FM’, in the UK, FMs and management teams have a duty of care to staff and building
July 22, 2022

NMWE reacts to Agir pour l’Environnement publication regarding microplastics in bottled water

According to a statement by Natural Mineral Waters Europe (NMWE), a study called ‘We drink plastic’, published in France, by Agir pour l’Environnement on the topic