Water-to-Go are Exhibiting at World Travel Market London for the 3rd Time
Visit our stand at the Responsible Tourism Cafe (EU580)
Water-to-Go and the Travel Industry
Water-to-Go produce refillable, reusable, brandable filter water bottles that are able to eliminate over 99.99% of harmful contaminants from any non-salt water source including bad tap water, rivers, lakes and mountain streams. This means no matter where you are in the world you’ll always have access to clean safe drinking water.
We’ve been operating in the travel industry for over 8 years now, working with companies such as Explore, Wild Frontiers and KE Adventure. One challenge the travel industry has in becoming sustainable is how can they provide customers with clean safe drinking water whilst avoiding the use of Single-use plastic water bottles that so often end up in our oceans killing marine life not to mention ruining the destinations themselves.
Water-to-Go’s filter bottles provide the perfect solution, our unique 3-in-1 filter technology provides clean, safe drinking water from any non-salt water source, meaning customer never need to revert to using marine polluting single-use plastic bottles.
Our Filter Technology Eliminates Up To 99.9999%* Of Water Contaminants Including:
Deadly Viruses & Bacteria
Life-Threatening Water-borne Parasites
Poisonous Metals & Chemicals
Examples include: Cholera, Polio , E.coli, Hepatitis A , Cryptosporidium ,Tapeworm, Giardia , Chlorine, Fluoride, Lead and Mercury
*Based on BSC Laboratories reportView Complete List
Water-to-Go and Incredible Oceans
We are once again teaming up with Incredible Oceans to raise awareness about the damage caused by single-use plastic and offer a small solution to the Travel Industry.
Incredible Oceans are an organisation that uses the combined power of culture, science and charismatic marine life to grab hearts and minds and bring about a sea change in the way we relate to our oceans. Water-to-Go produces brandable, reusable water bottles that contain a unique 3-in-1 filter, able to provide clean safe drinking water from any non-salt water source. This means no customer will ever have to revert to single-use plastic bottles as a way of getting clean, safe drinking water.
Together we aim to fight back against the enormous amounts of single-use plastic ending up in our oceans every day.
Emerging Leader in Responsible Tourism
Water-to-Go has now been named an emerging leader in responsible tourism by WTM Responsible Tourism for the reduction of plastic waste. Having exhibited at WTM London for 2 years prior we are extremely pleased to be gaining recognition from the Responsible Tourism team, alongside our partners Explore who have also been named as an emerging leader in social responsibility.
We hope to enter the responsible tourism awards in the future for the water category and continue our commitment to responsible tourism and helping eradicate single-use plastic bottles.
Enter our Competition
This year we are giving away 50 FREE Water-to-Go 50cl bottles -worth £750- to one lucky travel company. Not only this, but we are also branding these bottles for the winner incorporating their organisation’s branding. (example pictured to the right)
After WTM has finished we will randomly select a winner from those who have entered. A preview of your branded bottle design will then be emailed to the winner before being approved and the 50 bottles are sent off. The bottles are then the winner’s to distribute as they please, whether it be to clients, staff or expedition leaders.
Visit our stand at the Responsible Tourism Cafe (EU580) to be in with the chance to win 50 Water-to-Go bottles equipt with your company’s branding.
If you aren’t lucky enough to win our 50 free bottles and are still interested in purchasing branded bottles for your company please send an email to Dave Shanks
Water-to-Go’s CEO speaking at WTM 2019
Water-to-Go CEO, Dave Shanks, will be speaking on a panel of experts discussing issues around plastic waste and what can be done within the travel industry.
Moderated by Harold Goodwin, WTM’s Responsible Tourism Advisor, Dave will be joined on a panel of industry experts including Jo Hendrix of Travel Without Plastic, Andrea Nicholls (Co-founder of the Green Tourism Certification Programme), Colin James (CEO of The Antigua & Barbuda Tourism Authority) and others. The ‘Plastic Waste: What Should the Industry Do?’ event will discuss issues surrounding the world’s single-use plastic problem as well as how we can avoid creating waste plastic and what businesses can do to help local communities tackle this persistent and poisonous waste product.
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