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Fight Pollution with Bottleless Water Coolers

Written by admin. Posted in Bottleless water filter, Filtered water cooler, Point of use water cooler

Point of use water cooler

The use of bottled water is, indeed, problematic. Despite the fact that water bottling companies get their water from municipal water supplies, bottle it, and sell it, people still buy it. Unfortunately, over 85 percent of plastic bottles end up in land fills. However, pollution is not the only problem with bottled water. A study conducted by Tufts University discovered that campus coolers that contain bottled water have as much as four times, or more than, the government suggested limit of bacteria. Enter bottleless water coolers.

Bottleless water coolers come in a variety of sizes and functions. They seem to work in a similar way to the water supplies that are included in many refrigerators. A water line feeds the bottleless water cooler, which is a filtered water cooler, to the bottleless water dispenser. Unlike a typical point of use water cooler, the filtered water cooler provides a hot water option for making hot drinks.

One of the disadvantages of the bottleless filtered water cooler is concerned with the waterline. Because of the need for a waterline, it seems as though the bottleless water dispenser would not be easy to relocate if necessary. In the event that, say, an office were to be rearrange, one would have to contend with the waterline and finding a solution for that. However, that is a relatively minor issue, as having the option of a filtered water cooler that offers both cold and hot water, and eliminates the need for bottled water seems like a viable alternative. Still, even if every office offered filtered water coolers, there would be people who would still want their bottled water. See more.

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