Archive for September 23, 2013

Benefits of a Plumbed In Cooler

If, like me, you are becoming increasingly concerned about the environment: you are recycling more, walking instead of taking the car and remembering to turn off the taps when brushing your teeth, then you’ll understand why businesses are also looking at the impact they have on our world.

Environmentally savvy customers are demanding that the businesses they buy from, and indeed the ones they work for, reduce the amount of waste they produce and lower their carbon footprint.

It may be as simple as promoting a paper free or at least a paper ‘less’ workspace and monitoring the number of car/van journeys that are made on a company’s behalf. If you work for a business that wants to reduce the impact it has on the environment then one way to do this is a simple switch to a plumbed-in water cooler. Unlike bottled water dispensers which require regular van deliveries to ensure the office has a constant supply of water, Aquastations simply connect your stylish new water cooler to your plumbing for an environmentally friendly and constant freshly filtered water supply.

A plumbed in cooler is kinder to your bills too as it is more cost effective than using a bottled cooler and a twice annual sanitisation and a regular filter change is included in the price.

The filtered, chilled water produced by a plumbed in cooler tastes great, regardless of the taste of your tap water. But don’t take our word for it, contact Aquastations for a free trial and see how you can save time, money and do your bit to help save the environment by choosing a plumbed in cooler.

Get plumbed in. Help the environment.

Autumn Days and the Grass is Jewelled

Back to school; new closed-toe shoes after three months of sandals; harvest festival low-level-religious hymn-singing practice; covering your school books with Smash Hits posters; crunchy leaves that might conceal a hedgehog (but more probably a dog poo); bright cold mornings; putting on an ‘extra layer’; soup not salad; only three months until Christmas; yes, it is officially Autumn.

As the central heating gets switched back on, for an hour in the morning for the next few weeks before being set to permanently ON, and the weather turns colder, a glass of the chilled stuff (water, not lager) might be at the bottom of your dietary wish list.

But it is more important than ever to remember to stay hydrated at this time of year. You will be in an artificially warm environment (even if that means your own coat and gloves in the office as your boss refuses to turn up the heating) and if you become dehydrated you will be left feeling tired and headachy.

So, drink up, 8 glasses a day is best, and encourage your boss to save time and money by getting a plumbed in cooler so you never run out. It isn’t time to hibernate yet and getting the correct daily intake of water will ensure you’re not tempted to!

Get plumbed in. Stay hydrated with out water coolers.