The bottle neck of a 5-gallon jug that everyone touches sits in the reservoir that everyone drinks from.
Filtration units are completely sealed allowing your reservoir to be completely germ and dust free.
Are you tired running out of water?
Not enough in the summer and way too many in the winter
Filtration allows you to drink on demand with peace of mind that you'll never run out.
Are you tired of a fluctuating water bill? Does it feel as if you can never budget your office water expenses?
Filtration solves those issues by offering an Unlimited water source for one set cost.
Are you tired of storing BIG, HEAVY 5-Gallon bottles along the walls of your office.
Filtration offers a more presentable solution.
Are you tired of lifting those heavy awkward 5-gallon bottles. Does it seem as if nobody in the office wants to change them?
Filtration is a zero-bottle solution.
Are you tied of the inconsistent taste between bottles? Is it the bottle or the water cooler?
Filtration offers consistency between every glass.
A 5-gallon jug has a 7-year life expectance. As that bottle is rotated between customers it makes you think if all other customers are as clean as you?
Filtration offers peace-of-mind in purity.
Is your delivery driver rotating your oldest unused bottles with the newest ones? How many unused bottles go months if not years before usage?
Filtration is as fresh as it gets between every glass.
Bottled water comes from a variety of sources, including many of the same sources as tap water. Sometimes the water you can buy in a bottle is simply public tap water that has been enhanced in some way, such as changing the mineral content. Other sources of bottled water include springs, wells, and surface waters.
Most bottled water companies treat the water using methods such as distillation, reverse osmosis, deionization, filtration, ozonation or ultraviolet light disinfection. Companies that bottled water from public water supplies without any additional treatment must label it as "municipal."
Typically, the water bottles sit in a reservoir that is part of the dispenser. This spot is often forgotten about and never gets sanitized, promoting the growth of algae and mold. The result is usually a green, slimy fungus that ends up being ingested.
No Bottles / No Hassles
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