Many sizes of plastic containers, filled with several choices of drinking water, line the shelves at most grocery stores, convenience stores and other outlets. Large five gallon jugs of purified water have served plenty of offices for decades. With lots of purified water choices available, why switch to bottleless water dispensers? Actually, there are several reasons why bottleless water dispensers make a better choice.
When you run out of bottled water, you have to take the time to drive to the grocery store, or other outlet, to get more. If you use a delivery service for the five gallon jugs of purified water, you could run out before your scheduled delivery, and then be at the mercy of the delivery service to get more water delivered to your business or residence. If you need to remove an empty jug and refill the dispenser, you could hurt your back, spill water on the floor or have other problems handling the heavy five gallon container of water. Switching to bottleless water dispensers solves all these problems.
When you purchase bottled water by the case, you may feel that the cost is cheap. However, over a year or more, the cost of purchasing bottled water ads up. Plus, if you do a little research and check what you spent on bottled water for the past year, and compare that to the cost of purchasing a bottleless water dispenser and two replacement filters, you will find that it is more economical to switch to bottleless water dispensers.
Using bottleless water dispensers could not be easier. The dispenser connects directly to the main water line in your home or office. Several brands and styles are readily available, giving you many choices. You get on demand purified water any time you want. The new bottleless water dispensers are convenient, and they fit in with modern on the go lifestyles. Today, most manufacturers make recyclable plastic water bottles. Still, lots of handling and waste occur with plastic bottles. Since bottleless water dispensers do not require plastic water bottles, you help save the environment from more needless waste. So, the real question should be, “why not switch to bottleless water dispensers?”