Reduce Plastic Water Bottle Use With A Bottleless Water Dispenser

Bottleless water coolers

The average person uses 80 to 100 gallons of water per day.

Plastic water bottles, while convenient, can get expensive. In 2009, half of all bottled water sold came from a municipal tap water supply. An alternative to water bottles is a bottleless water dispenser. These dispensers supply cool or heated, filtered water.

The water cooler has been referred to the place where employees gather to gossip and chat. With the increase in bottled water use, point of use water coolers have gone by the wayside. Just because it is called a water cooler does not mean it only supplies cool water. Some filtered water coolers offer hot water as well.

Bottleless water coolers come in freestanding and counter top models, and range in sizes. They are often filtered to supply the best quality water possible. Bottleless water cooler systems can be installed and plumbed into the water supply of a building. Again, this water is then filtered and heated or cooled for use.

If you are interested in adding a bottleless water dispenser to your home or business, you find more information with an internet search for “filtered water coolers”, “bottleless water cooler”, or “point of use water cooler”.

6 Responses to Reduce Plastic Water Bottle Use With A Bottleless Water Dispenser

  1. Olivia Haynes says:

    As silly as it sounds the water cooler at my job was a bit of an escape from the stress of work. Even if it is just for a few minutes. It is a nice place to be able to catch up with people.

  2. Milton Stevens says:

    I think more places should offer filtered water coolers. Bottled water is not only expensive but it adds to the pollution problem.

  3. Gary Warner says:

    I think more places should offer filtered water coolers. Bottled water is not only expensive but it adds to the pollution problem.

  4. Anthony Day says:

    I think more places should offer filtered water coolers. Bottled water is not only expensive but it adds to the pollution problem.

  5. Ron Ramirex says:

    I think more places should offer filtered water coolers. Bottled water is not only expensive but it adds to the pollution problem.

  6. I think more places should offer filtered water coolers. Bottled water is not only expensive but it adds to the pollution problem.

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