Water In The News


UK summer coolest since 1993

UK’s summer ‘coolest since 1993’ says Met Office This summer has been the UK’s coolest since 1993, provisional Met Office figures indicate. The figures cover 1 June to 29 August. But while this summer has been wetter than 2010, it has not been as wet as 2007, 2008 or 2009. The temperature during August has […]

Zam Zam Water

Interesting news regarding the contaminated Zam Zam holy water being sold in the UK. The president of the Association of Public Analysts said he would “certainly would not recommend” drinking it. Holy drinking water contaminated with arsenic is being sold illegally to Muslims by UK shops, the BBC reported. Zam Zam water is taken from […]

Ed Miliband can’t resist the office water cooler

The secretary for Climate Change, Ed Miliband, has recently received criticism for his willingness to spend money on his own office water cooler, whilst encouraging others to make do with drinking from the tap. The Labour MP is said to have claimed over £1,500 for the cooler and water to supply it, all on expenses. […]

TWDC Blog in Cooler Innovation Magazine

The Water Delivery Company is proud to announce that our very own blog was featured in this month’s edition of water cooler industry magazine cooler innovation. The article at on the back page of the magazine previews our blog article on Water Cooler Bottle Experiments on Channel 5 All in the office are walking with […]

Don’t waste water!

Being in the United Kingdom where it rains, let’s face it, all the time, we’re not very careful with our water supply as we think it will never run out. However, recent reports show that more than a billion litres of drinking water are lost every day in Scotland through leaks. Apparently the country’s waste water […]

Water Coolers and the Power of the Internet Viral

A Water Cooler Goliath gets it right in the eye from an Internet David We all love a good moan and when we know we are absolutely in the right, the ability to add righteous indignation to our ranting makes many of us glow with glorious feeling! Ben Betts from www.ht2.org has gone even further! […]

Water Bottles Go Greener

The bottled water industry – that ‘Aunt Sally’ target for environmental criticism fights back and shows its determination to Save the Earth! I’ve written before, on The Water Delivery Company blog site, about my frustration with lazy journalists writing about the damage water bottles and bottled water generally are doing to our environment. In an effort to […]

Record week for The Water Delivery Company

The Water Delivery Company is happy to announce that a number of company records were broken in the past month.  Much of this was due to the soaring temperatures that London experienced towards the end of June, with one day it being hotter in the capital than it was in Bangkok. This led to the […]

Summer 2009 Weather Predictions are out

Never, ever listen to someone who tries to predict the weather – a slippery path leads forward from heeding such advice . But – maybe – if this forecast comes from a world renown news source we should sit up and take note. So we find ourselves in a quandry after reading the BBC’s prediction […]

Natural Hydration Council

It’s that time of the year again when issues surrounding bottled water in general and trusted into the news at the behest of the entrenched utility water suppliers – most notably Thames Water.  Please put  a reminder in your diary for the end of April 2010 for the next time this debate will emerge in […]

Water Cooler Supplier to the Apprentice Again

The Water Delivery Company are today toasting the launch of the new series of The Apprentice and the third year in a row when our water cooler was the source of refreshment to the youngsters and featured in the reception area before the boardroom. The Summit Water Cooler was chosen this year over by the set […]

World’s First 100% Biodegradable Small Pack Water Bottle

A company in the States has launched what it claims is the first 100% biodegradable water bottle! At present they are only manufacturing them in the individual small pack bottle sizes that we can all carry around – and no news as yet whether this would be a viable material for the large office sized […]