On-site filtration is a great way to reduce the overall carbon footprint for your business by reducing use of single use water bottles. Release valuable fridge space, use less, whilst serving high volumes of filtered water at the perfect temperature.
Our filtration systems provide beautiful still and sparkling filtered water to your customers while helping to transform lives worldwide, as Belu gives 100% of profits to WaterAid.
It takes just £15 to transform one life with clean water. Help to support the 785 million people without clean water, 2 billion people without a toilet in the world and 3 billion people live without hand-washing facilities at home.
Perfect for those who offer table service and want to generate maximum social impact. Through the Belu Filter Initiative we supply, install and service your quality filtration system without charge.
We ask that you add a voluntary £1 contribution to each table’s bill in return for unlimited still and sparkling filtered water. We collect these contributions from you and 100% net profit goes to WaterAid.
To qualify for the free system, you will need to be confident in raising £15 in contributions each day.
Perfect if you want to generate revenue and transform lives at the same time.
Belu leases you a filtration system at a reduced rate and you can charge your customers for filtered water, with 50% of sales donated to Belu. As always, 100% net profits go to WaterAid.
This is a straightforward lease agreement that allows you to utilise your filtration system in any way you wish. Perfect for those who do not wish to charge or collect contributions for serving still and sparkling filtered water.
As with everything we do, 100% net profits go to WaterAid.
Hoi Polloi Restaurant at London’s Ace Hotel was an early adopter of the Belu Filter Initiative.
They have had a big impact so far, with the restaurant helping to transform over 6,700 lives worldwide with clean water, toilets and good hygiene.
“Asking customers to pay for filtered tap water is something we didn’t want to do, so having an initiative like this where our team and customers can help to transform lives together, through working with Belu is an amazing collaboration. So far, we’ve raised over £100,000 to support WaterAid’s work, we’re really proud of being able to do our bit for the global water crisis’ – Lindsey Botterman, Hoi Polloi.
When Pip Lacey, Great British Menu winner and former Head Chef of Murano, and her business partner Gordy McIntyre opened hicce in October they wanted to do something a bit different with their water service to match the innovative nature of their restaurant.
Since opening in October 2018, hicce has raised an incredible £9,000 in contributions, the equivalent of transforming over 580 lives worldwide with clean water.
“hicce and our staff are proud to be able to make a difference daily to people’s lives. Customers find it an amazing gesture to be able to enjoy filtered water at such a small expense, and for playing their part in bringing clean water to marginalised communities across the world.”- Pip Lacey & Gordy McIntyre, Co-founders of hicce.
Kricket joined the Belu Filter Initiative because they were keen to support Belu and WaterAid in promoting the global goal that every person should have access to clean water.
“Aside from unlimited deliciously filtered still or sparkling water the guest receives throughout their meal, we are creating customer awareness and an opportunity for them to contribute to a great initiative. Our staff have loved getting behind it and truly believe in what they are doing.
It’s hard to find a reason why you wouldn’t want to be part of the initiative. All indicators say join!” – Rik Campbell, Co-founder, Kricket.
When Deliciously Ella decided to remove single-use plastic water bottles from their Weighhouse Street deli in London, they joined the Belu Filter Initiative to do good for both people and planet. Customers visiting the deli can help themselves to unlimited still and sparkling filtered water in return for a suggested contribution.
In 2018, the contributions raised by the deli were the equivalent to transforming 323 lives worldwide with clean water.