single-use plastic

Single-use Plastic Pollution

Single-use plastic has been at the forefront of conversations recently. Plastic surrounds us at every moment of every day. Computers, phones, components in our cars and worst of all the packaging of our products. It’s the last one of those that we want to talk about. Single-use plastic refers to products like straws, grocery bags […]Read More
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Why Choose Spring Water Over Tap Water

Water is an essential part of our daily life as it is most critical components that keep your body working optimally. Keeping hydrated will ensure you are able to retain the correct body temperature, maintain good physical functions as well as a good level of cognitive function among many things. What is Spring Water? There […]Read More

Why You Should Invest In An Office Water Cooler

Staff members are the driving force behind any and every business. Are they getting the recommended 8 glasses of water every day to keep them hydrated and mentally healthy? If not, have you thought about investing in an office water cooler? Getting an office water cooler has many benefits but we will focus on the […]Read More

London Water Misconception

The faucet water in London is predominantly provided by Thames Water. Out of this, 70% originates from reservoirs gathered upstream from the River Thames. The other 30% originates from boreholes which raise groundwater. Either source is clean faucet water that is sheltered to drink and meets all the European water quality models. The primary issues […]Read More

Coffee Solutions for Your Office

COFFEE IS WONDERFUL Coffee is most likely higher on the stationary list than a box of staples. It is the drink of choice in the workplace and will keep your staff going at a rate of knots. We would like to help you ensure that your staff aren’t left high and dry. That’s why we […]Read More
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Tap Water versus Filtered Water

The tap water versus filtered water debate is a big one. Each side of the argument has its pros and cons, while other solutions are overlooked. So which is the best option in our opinion? Tap Water In the UK, tap water is, for the most part safe for consumption straight out of the faucet. […]Read More

Countries with The Best Drinking Water

Have you ever wondered which countries have tap water that is safe to drink? Well, so have we. The following countries are said to have the cleanest drinking water in the world: 1. DENMARK Denmark has better tap water than bottled water. It’s no wonder they are one of the happiest countries in the world! […]Read More

What are Fatbergs and How to Avoid Them

With the water system in the UK under a watchful eye ever since plastic bottle waste has become a disaster in Europe and the rest of the world, fatbergs are not lending a helping hand. “A fatberg weighing the same as 11 double decker buses and stretching the length of two football pitches is blocking […]Read More

In A Plastic Infested World: How To Stay BPA Free

  The world of plastics and plastic use has been in the scrutinising spotlight over the last few weeks. In the same light, the monster that is BPA has also become the topic at many dinner tables, classrooms, forums, industries and science laboratories. But what is BPA? To put it simply, BPA also known as […]Read More

Fighting Plastic Waste Creatively

When it comes to making the most of life – and everything it entails – there’s no reason not to apply the same attitude to your plastic waste. While many may believe that there’s nothing for you to do but throw it away, we disagree. In order to inspire your inner recycling guru, we’re taking […]Read More
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Why are UK Citizens Not Drinking Tap Water?

Tap water across the United Kingdom goes through a rigorous process to make it of the highest standard. These standards are set out by the EU Drinking Water Directive and it is the law that all drinking water is wholesome and clean. This, however, has not stopped citizens from purchasing purified bottled water. Why Not […]Read More

Doing Our Bit To Fight Plastic Waste

As a business within the water industry, we welcome the news today of a new scheme to cut down on plastic bottles and fight plastic waste. People across the UK will soon be able to refill their water bottles, free of charge, at shopping outlets and public water fountains. The aim is to reduce the […]Read More
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