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How to Clean a Bottled Watercooler

Watercoolers are a breeding ground for microbiological contamination if not cleaned correctly and regularly so I thought it high time to put an up to date and detailed guide up to cleaning your bottled watercooler. Please note that this guide does not cover plumbed in watercoolers.It’s important to never assume that a bottled watercooler is cleaned. Watercoolers need to be cleaned every six weeks or in between every bottle change, whichever comes first. It’s also important to wash your hands ...
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Fillongley Spring Water

We’re proud of our water here at Office Water Coolers and so thought it would be apt to tell you a little bit about Fillongley Spring Water and where it comes from. Designed and built by Nestle/Powwow in 2001 for £6 million, the bottling plant at Fillongley in Warwickshire was to be the most efficient purpose built facility in the UK. The plant was producing nearly 3 million 19 litre bottles of water a year before the business went into administration, making it the fastest bottling plant in ...
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Essential Care of Your Water Cooler

Office Watercoolers (SW) Ltd. is a member of the British Water Cooler Association who are the organisation responsible for developing and maintaining quality standards for the water cooler industry in the UK.The water cooler delivered to your premises is a high quality appliance, which will give you trouble free operation as long as the following simple guidelines are observed. Prior to installation, your cooler has been thoroughly inspected and sanitised in our workshop to ensure that the purity ...
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Essential Care of a Plumbed-in Water Cooler

Office Watercoolers (SW) Ltd. is a member of the British Water Cooler Association who are the organisation responsible for developing and maintaining quality standards for the water cooler industry in the UK.The water cooler delivered to your premises is a high quality appliance, which will give you trouble free operation as long as the following simple guidelines are observed. Prior to installation, your cooler has been thoroughly inspected and sanitised in our workshop to ensure that the purity ...
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How to Choose a Water Cooler Supplier

If you're reading this, it's seems likely that you've been searching for a water cooler supplier. You will probably have noticed that there are lots of water coolers suppliers out there and it can often seem like there's very little to distinguish them from each other. This can make choosing a water cooler supplier very difficult! Thankfully there are a few criteria you can look for to help you make a decision regarding a water cooler supplier.1. Do they provide regular sanitation?Water coolers ...
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How to Choose a Water Cooler

Choosing a water cooler that will be suitable for your office does take some thought. You don't want to end up with the wrong system so we've put together this short guide to help you decide on the best type of water cooler to suit your needs.The first thing to do is to decide on a location for the water cooler. Remember, they are heavy so you need a sturdy surface to place the cooler on. The location should be perfectly flat as well; you wouldn't want the water cooler to be at any risk of tipping ...
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What are the Different Types of Water

You may have noticed that water cooler companies seem to sell different types of water. The most common types sold by bottled water companies in the European Union are spring water and mineral water, but what do these distinctions mean? Regulations prevent bottled water suppliers, such as ourselves, from claiming we are selling one type of water when in fact we are selling the other.Mineral water is described as being "groundwater", water which has emerged from the ground and flowed over rocks. ...
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Why Choose a Member of the British Water Cooler Association

The British Water Cooler Association (BWCA) is the trade association for the bottled and plumbed-in water cooler industry in the United Kingdom. The British Water Cooler Association was founded in 1989 with the goal of representing the interests of the bottled water cooler industry in the United Kingdom. The association exists to ensure that its members offer the highest standards of quality, safety and hygiene to water cooler consumers.The association also helps with the exchange of technical, ...
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Our Staff Are Now Criminal Record Bureau Checked

As of October 2010 Office Watercoolers South West Ltd. are delighted to confirm that all our operational staff are now Criminal Record Bureau (CRB) checked. This investment in our staff and customers ensures we follow the new educational guidelines for the protection of the young and vulnerable. These criminal record checks give improved security and peace of mind in the workplace. All our service engineers and delivery drivers in England and Wales have completed their individual checks and we ...
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Office Water Coolers and the Save A Cup Scheme

Office Water Coolers are proud members of the Save a Cup recycling scheme. The scheme offers members an excellent and cost effective way to recycle their plastic vending cups.Since our clients use a huge amount of plastic cups, we thought it would be a good, responsible idea to join the Save a Cup scheme. To help our customers participate, we can provide recycling bins with our water coolers. When the bins are collected, they are taken away by us and given directly to the Save a Cup scheme ...
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