It’s World Water Week!

The Stockholm International Water Institute organized this week to focus on global water issues. At Swim Guide, we believe in swimmable, drinkable, fishable waters for all.


Check out some of Swim Guide’s top articles on water issues:

What is a combined sewer overflow (CSO)?

5 ways to protect yourself from blue-green algae

5 easy things you can do at home to make your local waters cleaner

5 more easy things you can do at home to make your local waters cleaner

What are microplastics?

3 things you need to to know about Covid-19 plastic pollution



On a lighter note, here are some water jokes from our staff from Swim Drink Fish that will shore-ly keep the end-of-summer blues at bay:


What did one ocean say to the other?

Nothing, they just waved!


What keeps a dock floating above water?

Pier pressure.


Why do sharks only swim in salt water?

Because pepper makes them sneeze.


Where do fish keep their money?

In river banks.


Who carries out operations in water?

A sturgeon.


Why does water never laugh at jokes?


It isn’t a fan of dry humour.


Why is the ocean always on time?


She likes to stay current.


What is a shark’s favourite kind of sandwich?


Peanut butter and jellyfish.

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