We Provide Hydration Solutions for All Industries

We have a variety of quality water coolers that are ideal for all sector hydration solutions. We understand that every sector has different needs and requirements. Construction A construction industry is expected, by law, to provide accessible drinking water on site. We stock 110v water coolers that have been specially developed to meet this industry’s […]Read More
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Clean technology for clean water

University of Ulster scientists are collaborating with international research partners to develop a new ‘clean’ technology to destroy water toxins caused by harmful algal blooms. The research team, led by Dr Tony Byrne, is based at NIBEC, Ulster’s Nanotechnology and Integrated Bioengineering Centre where clean technology is a key research theme. Dr Byrne explains: “Clean […]Read More

Young woman addicted….to water!

Drinking plenty of water is usually seen as a healthy habit and many people need to increase their daily intake. But for one young mother it is an addiction which causes her to consume a staggering 44 pints a day. Sasha Kennedy, 26, carries large bottles of water with her wherever she goes and rarely […]Read More

How vital is water to our bodies?

Water is of major importance to all living things, and one of the key things we need to survive. In some organisms, up to 90% of their body weight comes from water. Up to 60% of the human body is water, with the brain being around 77% water, and the lungs are made from up […]Read More
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Hosepipe ban lifted after record rainfall

Seven water companies across southern and eastern England brought in hosepipe bans to combat drought, after two unusually dry winters left some groundwater supplies and rivers as low as in the drought year of 1976. However, Thames Water, Anglian Water and Southern Water officially lifted the ban last week, thanks to record rainfall in April, […]Read More

Thailand breaks world record for the largest water fight

Water is a natural resource that we all need to survive and be healthy…but let us not forget that water can be enormous fun too! As nearly 4000 people proved in Thailand last year, indulging in the simple pastime of having a water fight can be not only fun, but also culturally very important. During […]Read More
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UK hosepipe ban in a bid to battle drought

The government has enforced the hosepipe ban across many parts of southern and eastern England as a response to the driest two-year period on record. Those who ignore the hosepipe ban face up to a £1000 fine. However, many customers may be left feeling this is an unfair deal when water suppliers themselves waste billions […]Read More
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Watching our water footprints

We’ve all heard about the increasing focus on reducing our carbon footprints, but there’s now a new buzzword that’s causing a splash – water footprints. This is the amount of water each country uses each year; it is not only what we use as individuals, but the water used in the production of goods and […]Read More
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