Bottled Water Facts: Can You Leave Bottled Water in the Sun?

Bottled water vs tap water is a fight that wouldn’t be the main event at Madison Square Gardens (if you know what we mean). It would be about as one-sided as Mike Tyson taking on, well, a beach ball. Bottled water will win it every time, thanks to its vastly superior purity. And, as leading bottled water suppliers, we can attest to that fact.

However, there are those that fear certain types of bottled water because of one popular belief; that the plastic that is used to contain water in bottles, or even a bottled water dispenser, can leach harmful chemicals into the water, making it worse than tap water.

So, are there any bottled water facts that either support or disprove this belief? Well, you might be surprised to learn that there are facts that actually make a case for both.

Is the Bottle Always the Hero in the Fight between Bottled Water vs Tap Water?

It is true that certain types of bottled water shouldn’t be left in the sun for long periods. This is because certain elements of the plastic used to create the bottles most commonly used for bottling water can release two harmful chemicals if exposed to heat; these being antimol and bisphenol A.

These are basically the Brothers Grimm of the chemical world. Just like the way those authors would lure you in with what you think is a fairy tale and then disturb you to the point of making your insides hurt, these chemicals sneak their way into your body and do bad things to you.

Bishenol A – the dreaded BPA – has the ability to cause heart issues, alter your hormone levels, or even cause cancer. Anitimony, on the other hand, can cause vomiting, diarrhoea, stomach pain, and stomach ulcers, and has even been linked to retinal bleeding and spontaneous abortions.

As bottled water suppliers, we’ll be the first to tell you that no drink of water is worth all that. But that is precisely why you should drink exclusively from an Aquazania bottled water dispenser.

Not only do we manufacture our water bottles on site (which helps us maintain our high manufacturing standards), we don’t use harmful plastic in our manufacturing process. We use Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET is easier if your tongue’s not an acrobat), which is non-toxic and far easier to recycle.

If we sound confident about the safety of our bottles, it’s because we are. We’ve subjected our bottles to prolonged heat in tests and found not a trace of BPA. So, if there was ever any dispute, our bottled water is still the title holder.

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Amazing Water Filter System Makes Salt Water Drinkable

If the quality of your tap water has you looking for the best water filter on the market, you’ve come to the right place. And, if you have any qualms about water filtration, rest assured; science has developed water filters that are able to make saltwater drinkable.

If you’ve ever been bowled over by a rogue wave at the beach and swallowed a mouthful of water, you can certainly appreciate what a breakthrough this is – it’s like removing all the sugar from a meringue and still having something edible left over. This technology might not be ready to be used as a filtered water bottle (or even a filtered water dispenser) just yet, but it’s a great example of how water filtration is making leaps and bounds in terms of technological development.

The MIT Solar Powered Water Filter System

Last year some clever students at MIT created some portable solar-powered water filters that can take salt water and turn it into clean drinking water. And, in doing so, they won the 2015 Desal prize, which is a competition aimed at presenting affordable water solutions to developing countries.

Theirs was not only the best water filter entered into the competition; it was the most energy-efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally sustainable entry. Produced with the help of Jain Irrigation Systems, the solar-powered filter uses energy from the sun to charge a battery which, in turn, powers an electro dialysis machine that desalinates the water. The product is clean and perfect for drinking.

Could There Be Better Water Filter Reviews?

While Aquazania doesn’t stock solar-powered saltwater filters, we find this story perfect for enlightening our customers as to the quality level of water filters in today’s market. Water filter reviews are great for understanding the differences between models, but the general advancement in the scientific approach to filtration is not better described than through this achievement.

Salt water is absolutely undrinkable with regards to sustenance, yet this MIT invention has been able to create drinking water from it. In comparison, tap water is drinkable (though not ideal if you are searching for optimal health benefits), so imagine how clean a filtered water bottle can make it.

Modern science has made it possible for a filtered water dispenser to take the impurity-ridden water from your tap and turn it into clean, healthy drinking water. It’s just like what MIT have done with salt water, albeit on a slightly smaller scale.

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Is it Better to Drink Your Water Cool or Warm? | Aqua Cooler

If you have an Aqua cooler water dispenser around your gym, home or workplace you may have found yourself drinking down its deliciously cool contents and pondering over whether there is any difference in the health benefits of drinking cool or warm water. Sure, aqua water coolers are popular enough to let you know that people prefer ice-cold water, but is it just preference or are there any obvious benefits of drinking colder water?

We could beat around the bush when it comes to getting to the point, but we won’t. In a nutshell, water is good for you no matter the temperature. That being said, there are a few benefits in the case of both cooler and warmer water.

Running Hot and Cold

As we said, water is good for you regardless. However, one real benefit of drinking warm water is if you have sensitive teeth. In this case, the warmer temperature will make the water less harsh on your teeth.

Room temperature water is also recommended for earlier in the morning, so as to not ‘shock’ your digestive system, as well as to get those vocal chords going.

However, since the temperatures in Africa get pretty high, colder water is beneficial as it lowers your core temperature. This is particularly important if you’re exercising or playing sports, which is why aqua water cooler rental is particularly popular in gyms or athletics clubs. (That being said, with the Aqua water cooler price being as reasonable as it is, the Aqua cooler water dispenser is hot property in offices, too.)

In addition, it has been scientifically proven that the body absorbs colder water easier. This is useful to know in order to avoid dehydration.

Why You Need an Aqua Cooler Water Dispenser

With even winter temperatures getting well into the twenties, overheating and dehydration are important issues. This is precisely why you need an Aqua cooler at your home, gym, or athletics club. And, with the Aqua cooler price being as reasonable as it is, there’s absolutely no reason to deny yourself the pristine and cold water synonymous with Aqua water coolers.

But, if ownership isn’t for you (despite the Aqua water cooler price being so low), there’s always Aqua water cooler rental, made even more appealing as a result of the offer of Aqua water cooler delivery.

So, if you own a business or health club, or if you just want clean and cool drinking water in your home, now is the perfect time to take advantage of the low Aqua cooler price and incredibly convenient Aqua water cooler delivery.


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Does Cloudy Tap Water Mean It Is Time to Buy a Water Dispenser?

Basically, the only time you want to pour a glass of cloudy white liquid is when you’re milking a cow. Yet sometimes you turn on the tap to pour a nice clean glass of water and you get what looks like a glass of pool chlorine.

What exactly is this, and does it mean that you should skip that glass of water and head out to buy a water cooler dispenser?

What is the murky white stuff in tap water?

Your mind might jump straight to the thought of undiluted chemicals (and go dashing to the computer to find a water dispenser for sale), but the truth is that the white murkiness that comes out of the tap with your drinking water is quite harmless. The cloudiness is actually made from tiny air bubbles, and the effect usually clears up within a few seconds.

This phenomenon is caused by water pressure. As you probably know, the water in your pipes is pressurised to help it get from its reservoir all the way to your taps. Sometimes the pressure in the pipes increases, so, when pressurised water comes out of the pressurised pipes into your glass, the pressure releases causing the tiny bubbles to form. Once those work their way up and out of the surface of the water, it is completely clear.

Water often becomes pressurised when it changes temperature. So, especially during our winter months when the water reservoirs are cold, the water increases its pressure as it warms up while travelling through the pipes on the way to your taps.

Therefore, there’s no need to call an ambulance if your drinking water comes out of the tap looking cloudy. But, if the cloudy effect doesn’t clear up, it’s worth looking into another source of drinking water (like a water dispenser) as this could be chemical related. In fact, if you are concerned about drinking healthier water, it’s worth finding a water dispenser for sale even if your water looks completely clear.

The purity of a water cooler dispenser versus tap Water

Just because the cloudiness of your tap water isn’t going to kill you on the spot doesn’t mean you should forget about your
water dispenser price
comparisons. In fact, buying a water dispenser online should be one of your biggest objectives.

The amount of impurities in any given glass of tap water make it barely fit for consumption, even if it is clear. Compare that to the clarity of the water from a water dispenser, which is clearer than a mountain spring, and you’ll never want to drink tap water again.

Whether your tap water is cloudy or clear, it simply can’t compare to the water from a dispenser, which makes now a perfect time to order a water dispenser online. And, with the many attractive water dispenser price options out there, you have absolutely no excuse for letting the cloudiness settle.


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Make Bad-Tasting Ice a Thing of the Past with an Aqua Water Cooler

Perhaps a decade ago, anyone declaring themselves an ice cube connoisseur would probably have been talking about their extensive knowledge of a particular gangster rapper from NWA. But now we live in a world where calling someone a bartender is an insult (ahem, it’s mixologist) and cocktail-making has branched into the realms of the scientific.

Naturally, this has given rise to many people’s expectations of the simple ice cube transcending that simplicity – a good ice cube should be geometrically perfect and made from the pristine offerings of only the best water cooler.

Why is ice from water coolers so much better? Well, if you’ve ever had the plastic, dirty-water taste of a bad ice cube that slowly corrupts your fresh glass of premium water, or even, to ruin an exquisite 18 year old whiskey, you’ll know the answer to that question only too well.

Why You Need a Water Cooler Dispenser

An old piece of ice from your freezer can make even the water from the world’s best water cooler taste like dishwater. That’s the kind of evil power that a Disney villain wishes for, but it’s completely avoidable if you’re sensible about your ice-making.

There’s no better way to ruin an exquisite 18-year-old whiskey, than by putting in tap water or even tap water ice. It’s silly to spend R2 000 on a bottle of Scotland’s finest only to destroy the quality with tap water in it.

The first thing you need to do is get your hands on an Aquazania water cooler. A new water cooler price is certainly reasonable, but if you’re not ready to own one you can look into water cooler rentals. Why are we making such a big deal about water coolers?

Quite simply because water is the only ingredient of ice, so good quality water means good quality ice – it’s as simple as that.

The impurities in your tap water are enough to put you off drinking it for good, so that water is certainly no good for ice. A water cooler
dispenser will make sure that the water you use for your ice is perfectly clean and healthy for drinking.

Other Factors to Consider

If your ice still tastes strange even after your foray into water coolers rentals, it might be because of their environment. Make sure you clean your ice trays regularly and never let the cubes sit for too long in your freezer.

Also, be sure that the foods in your freezer aren’t affecting the quality of your ice. If you can’t keep your ice trays separate from other goods, try wrapping them in plastic before you freeze them.

These factors can affect the quality of your ice, but more often than not it’s down to the purity of your water. So, with the reasonable water cooler price options out there, now is the best time to make sure that you never lose another drink to bad ice by getting hold of an Aqua water cooler today!

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Interesting Water Facts: Aquafacts

Interesting Water Facts: Aquafacts

Thanks to for these great facts about water!

1) Roughly 70 percent of an adult’s body is made up of water.

2) At birth, water accounts for approximately 80 percent of an infant’s body weight.

3) A healthy person can drink about three gallons (48 cups) of water per day.
Editors note: please don’t try this. See point 4.

4) Drinking too much water too quickly can lead to water intoxication. Water intoxication occurs when water dilutes the sodium level in the bloodstream and causes an imbalance of water in the brain.

5) Water intoxication is most likely to occur during periods of intense athletic performance.

6) While the daily recommended amount of water is eight cups per day, not all of this water must be consumed in the liquid form. Nearly every food or drink item provides some water to the body.

7) Soft drinks, coffee, and tea, while made up almost entirely of water, also contain caffeine. Caffeine can act as a mild diuretic, preventing water from travelling to necessary locations in the body.

8) Pure water (solely hydrogen and oxygen atoms) has a neutral pH of 7, which is neither acidic nor basic.

9) Water dissolves more substances than any other liquid. Wherever it travels, water carries chemicals, minerals, and nutrients with it.

10) Somewhere between 70 and 75 percent of the earth’s surface is covered with water.

11) Much more fresh water is stored under the ground in aquifers than on the earth’s surface.

12) The earth is a closed system, similar to a terrarium, meaning that it rarely loses or gains extra matter. The same water that existed on the earth millions of years ago is still present today.

13) The total amount of water on the earth is about 326 million cubic miles of water.

14) Of all the water on the earth, humans can use only about three tenths of a percent of this water. Such usable water is found in groundwater aquifers, rivers, and freshwater lakes.

15) The United States uses about 346,000 million gallons of fresh water every day.

16) The United States uses nearly 80 percent of its water for irrigation and thermoelectric power.

17) The average person in the United States uses anywhere from 80-100 gallons of water per day. Flushing the toilet actually takes up the largest amount of this water.

18) Approximately 85 percent of U.S. residents receive their water from public water facilities. The remaining 15 percent supply their own water from private wells or other sources.

19) By the time a person feels thirsty, his or her body has lost over 1 percent of its total water amount.

20) The weight a person loses directly after intense physical activity is weight from water, not fat.

Should We Have Water Coolers at Schools?

Should We Have Water Coolers at Schools?

French subsidiary group, Chateaud’eau (roughly translated to “Home of Water”) has taken a huge stride in assisting healthy habits are picked up at schools. They’ve signed an agreement with the mayor to provide every school in the city with a free water cooler – and for every 20 water coolers installed at companies etc., another cooler sis installed at a school.

The question I pose is – are we, as South African’s in a water crisis – doing enough to ensure our school-going children are getting the best water available?

The Benefits of Water Coolers and Water Systems at Schools

We’ve already discussed some great reasons to have a water cooler or water system present at schools; the implementation of these systems help both learners and staff alike. Furthermore to this, considering the water crisis we are still facing (yes, it might be settling down in terms of media coverage, but it is still very much a crisis).

While Model C-type schools may already have water fountains installed, it is not nearly enough of a safety measure. Most water fountains are simply a means of dispensing ordinary, unfiltered tap water. So, while students may have access to water, it does not mean the water itself is fully healthy to drink.

The MD of Chateaud’eau commented that “studies show that only 50% of children aged 3 to 5 years, and 33% of children aged 6 to 11 years rink the recommended volume of liquid”. It’s no question that dehydration can hugely impact the well-being and concentration levels of your child – and which parent doesn’t want that?

This handy graph shows us the Recommended Daily Intake for age groups:


Age Group

Daily Intake Recommendation

Boys and Girls 2 – 8 years 0.9 – 1.2 litres per day
Boys Only 9 – 13 years 1.5 litres per day
Girls Only 9 – 13 years 1.4 litres per day

* It’s important to remember that these are only guidelines. Your child’s daily intake will fluctuate with influencing factors, such as illness, climate, environment., activity levels and body mass. This info was deduced from an article relating to the implementation of water coolers at schools under the Eden Springs Group.

Water Cooler Options for Schools

In essence, your focus should really be two-fold: Providing water to schools, ad ensuring the water is purified to the highest standards. There are two simple ways to ensure this.

Selecting a water dispenser which is plumbed-in to your existing municipal water supply is usually the most cost-effective choice for servicing a large group of people, such as the students. The units should have internally housed water filters, at the very least, in order to eliminate harmful contaminants from entering your machine or the actual drinking water. It may not purify your water to the level you have come to expect from Aquazania bottled water, but it is by far much healthier than plain tap water.

Shifting your focus to premium, fully purified bottled water, your best bet may be to have this solution allocated to controlled environments, such as pause area’s, tuck shops or teachers lounges. This is slightly moire costly than your plumbed-in solution, considering the level of purification provided by the bottled water.
While the South African bottled water market is booming, it is not likely that we will see the much needed government-funded water cooler roll-out for schools taking place.

Would you ever consider footing the bill for a water cooler for your child’s school, or do you believe schools should take the responsibility of installing purified water coolers?

Share your thoughts below!

Lead In Water: A Growing Concern

Lead In Water: A Growing Concern

Living in South Africa comes with it’s own set of challenges and problems, but when it comes to drinking water safety, we might not be the worst-off. By now, I’m fairly sure you’ve heard of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, USA, where their drinking water is highly contaminated with lead. There are claims that the root cause of this crisis was the failure to apply corrosion inhibitors to the water, which is sourced from tributary water sources, like Lake Huron and the Detroit River.

We explore the knock-on consequences of this crisis.

Replacing Lead Pipes

This would be the best solution, both long term and short term, for eradicating the lead contamination issue at hand; or so we think. Some schools in Boston have undergone a complete overhaul of their drinking water systems – but somehow, initiating this action has actually made the problem worse! You can find the full article here, but in short, some schools were selected for the pilot program and as somewhat of a litmus test to determine the actual results. The schools were chosen, because preliminary tests indicated that they were already at levels that were below state and federal standards.

After the implementation of the overhaul, have “shown elevated lead levels in the water bubbling up from some of the new fountains.” We are left wondering “how?” The article outlines the reasoning as “Some of these preliminary test results were not entirely unexpected due to the fact that these schools have been offline [using bottled water] for an extended period of time and some of their pipes have been dormant,” he added. “As part of a pilot program, we anticipated that additional steps might have to be taken.”

Lead Levels in Water

Most schools are not required to test for lead in the drinking water supplied to students, because preliminary testing has already been conducted at municipal testing centres. However, there seem to be some cracks appearing in the system. See, lead contamination does not occur solely at the sterilising and testing plants. Rather, the vast majority of lead contamination occurs when the water travels through old, rusty lead pipes in and around the home, before being dispensed out the faucet.

Undergoing tests for the first time in many years, some 278 Boston schools were found to be in violation of the federal lead level count when tested. In almost all of these cases, the root cause can be traced back to ageing buildings with lead pipes. Older drinking fountains and water fixtures which contain parts made from lead.

In conclusion, it’s becoming clearer by the day that the only way of ridding lead contamination from our lives it to replace lead pipes around the home, and for federal agencies and government alike to begin an overhaul process or replacing lead pipes in supply chains and at water treatment and testing facilities.

While you may think that the presence of brown water is a clear indication of lead contamination – it is not always the case. The only way to be certain of lead contamination is to conduct tests on the water, a possible reason many home owners have not taken this vital step.
With costs already spiralling out of control – is it too late to contain his issue?

What are your thoughts on this? Is there an easier and less costly way to remove lead contamination form our water supplies?

We love to hear your feedback!

Are South Africa’s Water Woes Over – Or Just Beginning?

With the first signs of Winter well upon us, there’s almost a tangible change of concern surrounding our drinking water. In the Summer months, South Africans banded together when we were hit with a life-threatening combination of one of the worst droughts we’ve seen in decades, along with severe water shortages. Speculation for the cause of these water shortages include everything from gross natural resource mismanagement, all the way through to global warming; it’s difficult to pinpoint the exact cause of our water woes.

With initiatives such as #ProjectWaterDrop and #OperationHydrate taking over, the entire water crisis seems to have died down a bit.

But what about the QUALITY of the drinking water we are still sitting with? While some rural areas shave come to expect this as a norm – it goes to show that none of us are immune to the far-reaching effects of poor quality drinking water supplies.

In an article found on All For, a list of affluent areas are listed, and been found to have shown positive test results for the presence of many harmful contaminants.

Pretoria West – Tshwane Metro: High concentration of phenol and chromium.

Belfast – Emakhazeni Local Municipality: E. coli.

Lydenburg – Thaba Chweu Local Municipality: High concentration of faecal coliforms.

Piet Retief – Mkhondo Local Municipality: E. coli.

Witbank – Masilonyana Local Municipality: E. coli.

Schweizer-Reneke – Mamusa Local Municipality: Excess nitrates, which may cause metahemoglobinemia (a condition that could lead to an overall reduced ability of the red blood cells to release oxygen to tissues) in babies.

Stella – Naledi Local Municipality: 50 mg nitrates per 100 ml water, which may cause metahemoglobinemia (a condition that could lead to an overall reduced ability of the red blood cells to release oxygen to tissues) in babies. This is the third consecutive year that Stella’s drinking water tests positive for nitrates above acceptable levels.

Now, just take a moment to look through that list. If that hasn’t made your blood run cold, what about the areas not mentioned in this report – who are facing all of the above, in conjunction with issues such as lead contamination? We see this trend in less wealthy areas, because the water infrastructure is entirely out-dated, and lead is being leached into the municipal supply from old pipes.

We saw one of the biggest efforts of community and camaraderie in the initiative to distribute water to areas in need; South African saw a need that was not being met by authorities and took the matter into their owns hands.

But what now? How can we, as normal citizens, get the issue of highly contaminated and borderline hazardous tap water rectified?

Fortunately, in follow up actions to the areas listed above, All For reported the below:
“Problem rectified: The good news for residents is that five of the seven offending municipalities acted quickly to clean up their drinking water‚ once alerted to the problem.Follow-up samples indicated that municipalities in Pretoria West‚ Stella‚ Rayton‚ Witbank and Schweizer-Reneke complied with AfriForum’s request and that the water is now clear. No action in Belfast and Piet Retief – yet. AfriForum says that although it communicated the non-compliance of water quality standards to the municipalities of Belfast and Piet Retief‚ these municipalities had not resolved the crisis.”

February 2016 marked the annual Blue Drop Water Report’s crunch time in South Africa.

We cannot continue to bury our heads in the sand and avoid confronting this issue head-on; but most of us are at a loss for ideas.

Some creative ideas we’ve mulled over here include donations of water filters. The type that can be fitted to taps, which filter-out larger contaminant particles from the water supply. Other ideas include the donation of iodine tablets, and education to the affected communities on ho to properly use them.
Education is key; simply boiling water will help affectively remove a large number of potentially hazardous chemicals etc.

We’d love to hear your creative ideas on a way around this problem!

Water Cooler Problems – The Top 5 Most Common (and easily fixed) Water Cooler Issues

It’s ignorant to think that any product is flawless. Granted, a water cooler is a product which requires little to no maintenance, and the chances of it “acting up” are minimal. That being said – there are some common problems that users of water coolers may experience. We’re here to bring these to your attention – and offer you a quick solution to help you back to having your ultimate luxury and convenience back in working order.

Leaking Water Cooler

If you are a first-time water cooler user, you may have become confused between a leaking water cooler and an overflowing drip tray. This is a highly forgiveable mistake – and sometimes even a trained eye may momentarily confuse the two. Moreover, in an office environment with many new users, people may think that the drip tray, located directly underneath your water coolers’ taps, is an easy way to dispose of the last few sips of the cup they’ve just poured for themselves. Be sure to check your drip tray and empty it out often to avoid it spilling over. Another (misconceived) reason for a leaking water cooler could be the back valve on your water cooler not having been closed fully. You’ll see a tiny little silver screw-type feature, which is used to drain the water cooler of all water before it is transported; this needs to be exceptionally well-sealed to ensure no water escapees.

Water Cooler Is Not Chilling My Water

What’s worse than having a water cooler at the ready, especially in scorching summer months, only to have room temperature water dispensed from your “cold” tap? Well, not much. It really does suck. Remember though, there is a “chilling capacity” on a water cooler. Inside your water cooler, there are two storage tanks; one for chilled water, and the other for hot water. The way your water is chilled relies on a simple mechanism inside the storage tank – entailing an ice-bank. Remember that when you, and the other 50 people in your office, are queuing up to dispense 500ml glasses of chilled water, your machine will need a little while to recuperate. Generally speaking, water coolers can chill about 4.5l of water per hour.

Water Cooler Is Not Heating My Water

Is your hot water feature enabled? Check at the back of your machine for a small switch which has “hot water” written underneath it. Make sure this switch is flipped into the “ON” position, otherwise your water cooler will only dispense ambient temperature water. Also remember that this tank also needs some time to recuperate, exactly the same way that your “chilling” water tank would.

My Plumbed-In Water Cooler Isn’t Dispensing Water

As every single person in I.T has said “have you tried switching it back on and off again?” – we promise not to say that. Plumbed-in water coolers need a constant and steady supply of municipal water in order to dispense properly. They also require an electrical supply in order to work. So, whereas your normal bottled-water cooler would work, and still dispense water when the power is off, your plumbed-in water cooler might still have the water supply going steady, but if there is no electricity, it simply won’t dispense the water. Everything has it’s advantages and disadvantages!

My Water Tastes Bad

If you’re using an Aquazania bottled-water cooler system, and suddenly pick up a strange taste in your water – please don’t panic. We assure you of our trusted 9-step filtration and sterilisation process, and have found the main culprit of this issue to be one main factor: cleaning the taps or the opening where your bottle is places onto your water cooler.

A simple swipe-over from a cloth containing a bad smell, a chemical or even trace elements of food could easily latch onto the surface area of your water coolers’ dispensing taps. It works the same for the spike which pierces the water bottle. The addition (albeit accidental) of these unwanted contaminants to your water cooler will undoubtedly affect the taste of your water.

If your taps have been cleaned recently by a cloth, try flushing out the taps (let some water run through the taps for 30 – 40 seconds, to flush off the contaminant); follow this up with a thorough wipe-over with a fresh, clean cloth.  If you suspect it’s the spike which has now absorbed the contaminant,  carefully remove your bottle and the spike. Wash it thoroughly, and rinse it well with piping hot water. Allow this to dry before replacing it.

Another handy tip is to wipe off your water bottle caps with a clean piece of paper towel, before placing it onto your water cooler. Make this a habit. this is more of a preventative measure to ensure nothing of this kind happens again.
There you have it, dear readers, the 5 most common water cooler problems.

Let us know if you have fond a quick fix to a water cooler problem, or if you are experiencing any related issues, give us a call and we’ll be out to help quicker than you can imagine.