Benefits of Bottleless Water Coolers

Bottleless water cooler

Bottleless water coolers are a good alternative to water coolers that use large plastic jugs on top to distribute water.

Bottleless water coolers, also known as point of use water coolers, connect to an existing water line in the building, and from there filter the water and dispense it. They have rendered coolers that use plastic jugs fairly obsolete for a variety of reasons. For one, it eliminates the hassle of having large jugs of water delivered, and then needing to replace the bottle with a large, bulky, overly heavy full jug every time the cooler is empty. You also do not need to figure out where to store large water jugs, or worry about the jugs leaking or spilling. The only thing you need to do to maintain bottleless water coolers is replace the filter every six months.

Bottleless water coolers are also far more cost effective than those that use bottles to dispense water. Bottleless water coolers may be more expensive than one that uses bottles initially. However, bottled or delivered water costs on average seventy nine cents per gallon. Water that comes through an existing water line and is purified through a bottleless water cooler generally costs under five cents a gallon. Seeing as a small business with around fifteen employees will use approximately seven gallons of water a day, this means you will quickly gain back the extra cost of the bottleless water cooler.

Bottleless water coolers also prevent water contamination better than a system that uses plastic jugs does. The bottleless cooler is sealed off, with the water coming straight from a water line. Plastic jugs need to be unsealed before they can be connected to the cooler, allowing for potential contamination.

Bottleless water coolers are also more environmentally friendly. There is not a continuous production of plastic waste from a bottleless cooler as there is from a cooler that uses plastic jugs. Learn more about this topic here: www.abbeyspring.com

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