We seek new trends in understanding water and sustainably-oriented solutions that capture the entire water cycle, preserve water environment and improve quality in every field of life.

Responsible Towards Water 2022

International Call for Water Innovations 2022 is Open!
We would like to discover and award your innovative ideas which improve the water footprint. The best projects  will be awarded in 6 categories: 4 Corporate awards, 1 National award and 1 Individual award.
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at tab AWARDS.


Bled Water Festival took place
on 16 and 17 June 2022.

During the two days of the festival, 6 panels were held in which international experts discussed how drinking water affects our body, about the distribution of bottled water, the first water bar in the UK was presented, water sommeliers presented their work and led the participant. through water tasting. Along with the sharing of good practice, there was also a discussion on promoting business measures for water management and fair water footprint, sustainable water management and how we can use rainwater.


More than a hundred participants attended the festival daily, both live and online, from seventeen countries.


Have a look at photos of the event at this link.

European Water Sommelier Assosiation – EWSA

We established EWSA in 2021 with the aim of raising awareness of the impact of water on humans and the connection between water and gastronomy.
With the European Water Sommelier Association program, we are giving water new dimensions by connecting it to the culinary world in various ways.
We have prepared a new recommendation on the quality of bottled water, in which we focus on the values of minerals such as those naturally present in water, highlighting why human body needs them and what their effect is.

We celebrated World Water Day at the Expo 2020 in Dubai

Bled Water Festival took part in Groundwater and climate change roundtable discussion at the Slovenian Pavilion at Expo in Dubai on 22 March 2022 presenting how drinking water affects the human body and how we can identify high quality water according to the purpose of use. For the first time ever, BWF presented a water cocktail Red Goldness to visitors, prepared by Jan Remec. The main ingredient was high quality water with 24-carat gold and natural ingredients such as honey, beetroot, ginger and lime juice. The visitors were welcomed with waters from Slovenia (Donat MG, Dana, Water is Gold) which we paired to food later in the event.
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