Water cooler blogs

What is Soda Water?
By Mellissa on 9 November 2012
Soda water is one of the many terms for carbonated water. Other synonyms include club soda, sparkling water, seltzer, or fizzy water. Carbonated water has been around for several decades. Today, soda water in bottles is made by injecting carbon dioxide gas into the bottles under pressurized circumstances. This results in a much fizzier drink,...
Water resources are becoming scarce
By Mellissa on 9 November 2012
While the world's population tripled in the last century, the use of renewable water resources has grown six-fold. Within the next fifty years, the world population will increase by another 40 to 50%. This population growth - coupled with industrialization and urbanization - will result in an increasing demand for water and will have serious...
FAQ of Water Coolers
By Mellissa on 26 September 2012
What is a water cooler? Water coolers are either freestanding or built in units that cool and filter your drinking water, often dispensing a quality of water that is somewhat higher the water leading into the unit. What kinds of water coolers are there? The two main kinds of water coolers that you can expect to find nowadays are bottled water...
Choose the Water Cooler that will work for you
By Mellissa on 26 September 2012
Water offers the ultimate healthy alternative drink. It has been accepted that we should drink approximately 8 glasses of water a day – it has been proven to help concentration, reduce fluid retention, improve the body’s immune system and produce a healthy skin.With a water cooler you can ensure that you have chilled clear water whenever you...
Living-Water and its benefits
By Mellissa on 25 September 2012
There is no surprise that many people have personal water coolers in homes and offices. Nowadays, water coolers are required in offices; people need clean drinking water in today’s eco-conscious time. There are many types of office water coolers available. Water coolers are better even known as water dispensers and water fountains too. These...
How Office Water Coolers Impacts on Productivity in the Workplace
By Mellissa on 25 September 2012
Employers have the responsibility to ensure that their employees are well taken care of. Employers are responsible for not only their health but also safety. When it comes to providing clean and hygienic drinking water, as an employer, you must take appropriate action. The office water cooler is also a place not only where the employees quench...
Tips to save water at home
By Mellissa on 17 September 2012
Check your home for leaks, hidden water leaks can be wasting water without you even being aware of it. A good way to check for leaks is, if your property is metered, then read your water meter and do not use any water for a couple of hours and go back to check that the meter reads exactly the same. If it does not, there is a leak. Turn off the...
Is there fluoride in your drinking water?
By Mellissa on 17 September 2012
The devastating, toxic effects of fluoride are well documented by mainstream organizations. Fluoride IS a poison! Fluoride has been listed as more poisonous than lead and just slightly less poisonous than arsenic. Fluoride damages enzymes which results in a wide range of chronic diseases. Fluoride as low as 1 ppm can cause breakdown of collagen,...

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