How to Save Money and the Environment

Bottleless water cooler

Water is the essence of life. 55 percent to 78 percent of the human body is made of it, and it covers the majority of the Earths surface. Without it, civilization, no, life as we know it would brittle, break and crumble into nothing. This is why the quality of the water we drink should match its intrinsic importance. This is why bottleless water coolers are the best way to purify your water. Not only is the water stored conveniently and easily accessible, but it is the environmentally responsible water purification method as well

Do not be fooled by the lies and gimmicks of bottled water companies. If we are trying to be honest about it, and trying to bring everything out in the open (which we, of course, always are), most bottled water is simply purified tap water.

There are several types of filtration that bottleless water coolers put water through. Carbon, filtration, ozone, reverse osmosis and ultra violet purification will make your water potable and clean. Bottleless water coolers are ideal for the office, or at home. In the commercial setting, not having to purchase bottles regularly saves you up to 80 percent on your water cooler costs.

Not having to frequently buy new bottles is also what makes bottleless water coolers the environmentally responsible choice for water filtration. The device is hooked right up to your pipes, filtering the water from the source itself. You are not, then, throwing away water bottles and adding to the great plastic belt of pollution in the oceans.

There are 2.4 million cubic miles of water stored in underground aquifers. That is most of the worlds drinking water. One might suspect that this, the most valuable of resources on the planet, is being stored, just in case we should dry the world of its plentiful oceans, lakes and rivers. By using bottleless water coolers, you can enjoy clean. refreshing, cool water, without worrying about contributing to sabotaging of our delicately balanced ecosystems.

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7 comments to How to Save Money and the Environment

  • Kurt King  says:

    Do water cooler bottles really harm the environment that much? I dont know much about it…

  • Ariana Shelton  says:

    Yes. There is a current in the Atlantic Ocean known as the Great Plastic Belt, which is a collection of plastic debris larger than North and South America combined.

  • Clifford Walsh  says:

    Yes. There is a current in the Atlantic Ocean known as the Great Plastic Belt, which is a collection of plastic debris larger than North and South America combined.

  • Ester Scott  says:

    Yes. There is a current in the Atlantic Ocean known as the Great Plastic Belt, which is a collection of plastic debris larger than North and South America combined.

  • Steve Lucas  says:

    Yes. There is a current in the Atlantic Ocean known as the Great Plastic Belt, which is a collection of plastic debris larger than North and South America combined.

  • Leon Santos  says:

    Yes. There is a current in the Atlantic Ocean known as the Great Plastic Belt, which is a collection of plastic debris larger than North and South America combined.

  • Daniel White  says:

    Yes. There is a current in the Atlantic Ocean known as the Great Plastic Belt, which is a collection of plastic debris larger than North and South America combined.

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