The London-based water technology company delivers global environmental solutions whilst being recognized as the fastest growing water technology company in Europe.
Bluewater Bio, recognised as the fastest-growing UK and European water solutions provider, is delighted to announce that they have been awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise for International Trade. This is the UK's most prestigious business award which recognises outstanding achievement by a UK company.
Since 2015 when a new management team took the helm, the Company has gone from strength to strength, and is recognised as the fastest growing UK company in its sector for the last three years and now has the fastest growth throughout Europe.
Headquartered in London, Bluewater Bio delivers advanced and environmentally-friendly water technologies Worldwide, with a focus on markets and territories that are most affected by water scarcity.
Richard Haddon, Executive Chairman and CEO of Bluewater Bio, commented: "Our focus has, and continues to be, delivering world-class and environmentally-friendly solutions and services to our Clients around the world. The installation of our technology has prevented pollution and increased the amount of clean drinking water. Our continued industry-leading performance and growth is a testament to this strategy. Obtaining such esteemed recognition is a great honour, which we greatly appreciate."
Water is at the core of sustainable development and it is critical for socio-economic improvement and healthy ecosystems. According to the United Nations (https://sdgs.un.org/goals/goal6), in 2020, billions of people still lacked access to safe drinking water and safely managed sanitation. Two thirds of the world's nations are currently not on track to have sustainably managed water resources by 2030.
Richard Haddon added: "It is clear that the availability and management of water resources are critical for humans to prosper. However, rapid population growth and industrial development is putting extreme stress on the planet's water resources. Without further action, there is likely to be an escalation of various water-crises around the world. Our work in parts of the world that suffer acutely from these issues has never been more important."