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  • Water Cooler Company Replaces Ozone with UV Disinfection

    Angel Springs Limited, situated in the Chiltern Hills, has replaced its ozone water disinfection unit with a Hanovia UV system. The company made the switch following concerns about disinfection byproducts being formed as a result of ozone treatment. Angel Springs bottles natural spring water for use in water coolers. 'We were put off ozone by the potential for bromate formation as part of the ...

  • Quench introduces sparkling water cooler in new markets

    Quench, the largest provider of filtered water coolers and ice dispensers in North America, announced that it has expanded the introduction of its new sparkling water cooler. The Quench 770 provides chilled sparkling water in addition to still cold, hot, and extra-hot water. It is also available as a compact countertop unit (the Quench 775). Like the rest of Quench’s water cooler line, the ...


    By Quench USA, Inc.

  • New York to phase out bottled water for public sector

    The Governor of New York has announced plans to ban the purchase of bottled water by state-owned agencies. he ban will cover both small bottles and those used by water coolers. State agencies will be expected to phase out their consumption of bottled water over the next six months. Governor David A Paterson said the move would save the state money as well as having obvious environmental benefits. ...

  • UV Disinfection Gives Bottled Water Producers Peace Of Mind

    Medium pressure ultraviolet (UV) water disinfection systems from Aquionics' British sister company are helping a number of bottled water producers in England keep their product free from microbial contamination. The first of these is the Silver Spring Mineral Water Company in Kent, which supplies spring water and own-brand soft drinks to the major British supermarkets. “We have a very pure ...


    By Aquionics Inc

  • Quench to be Nationwide Provider of Filtered Drinking Water Coolers for Johnson Controls

    Quench, the largest independent provider of filtered water coolers and ice dispensers in North America, announced that it has been selected to be the nationwide provider of filtered drinking water coolers and ice machines for Johnson Controls, a global diversified technology and industrial leader serving customers in more than 150 countries. Johnson Controls’ commitment to sustainability, ...


    By Quench USA, Inc.

  • Waterlogic introduces the `Waterlogic 4` - Setting the new benchmark in point-of-use (bottleless) water coolers

    Stunning New Design and Cutting Edge Technologies Create Highest Standards EverWaterlogic today launched its striking new 'Waterlogic 4' water cooler, significantly advancing the company's renowned product range and forever changing the way the world perceives water coolers. The new model combines unrivalled looks with the most impressive water dispensing technology and performance available to ...


    By Waterlogic International Ltd

  • AT&T adds battery charger partially made from recycled water bottles to product line-up

    Key Facts 25 percent of the plastic in the external housing of the Motorola P793 Back-Up Battery Charger is made from recycled post-consumer water-cooler bottles. The Back-up Battery Charger shuts itself off automatically once fully charged, reducing wasted energy. The Back-up Battery Charger is a portable back-up power accessory that is compatible with all USB ...

  • Waterlogic to acquire Clear Water Group in Norway

    Waterlogic has entered into an agreement under which Waterlogic’s Norwegian subsidiary has agreed to purchase Clear Water Group AS (“Clear Water”) for an undisclosed amount. Clear Water is a Norwegian water cooler and coffee business which has been built organically by the original owners since founding the business in 1997, with roots tracing back to 1989. Clear Water adds c. ...


    By Waterlogic International Ltd

  • Coca-Cola continues to make strides on water and recycling

    Since 2002, when the company first shared its water usage data with the public, Coca-Cola has improved its water-efficiency by just over 20 percent, to the point where it now uses 2.47 liters of water to make a liter of one of its beverages. In the past year, the number continued to drop, with the company reporting a 2 percent improvement over last year's report. That is among the top green ...

  • KK Balers and Water Wellbeing helping the Environment

    Water Wellbeing Ltd has two operational trading companies. Edgar’s Water and Wellbeing People. ...


    By KK BALERS

  • World-Beating Water Purity Certification for Waterlogic Firewall™

    DUBLIN - Waterlogic water dispensers with Firewall™ UV technology, have become the world’s first bottle-less water coolers to be awarded dual certification for achieving the highest levels of drinking water purification. Tested and certified by the Water Quality Association, Waterlogic machines with Firewall™ technology have achieved a double-certification whammy - attaining ...


    By Waterlogic International Ltd

  • Waterlogic to acquire PHS Waterlogic in the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands

    Waterlogic has entered into an agreement to acquire the water cooler division of PHS Group (‘PHS Waterlogic’) for an undisclosed amount. PHS Waterlogic is a long established water cooler business active in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Netherlands. The business exclusively distributes Waterlogic manufactured and branded point-of-use water (“POU”) coolers, and ...


    By Waterlogic International Ltd

  • Standard Solar is proud to be a Certified Green Business

    We are proud to announce that Standard Solar is now a Montgomery County Certified Green Business! As a service provider of green energy solutions, it was important for us to implement sustainability practices throughout all areas of our business so that we were operating in a manner that demonstrates our commitment to environmental stewardship.Our team is so excited about this accomplishment and ...


    By Standard Solar, Inc.

  • Three quarters of Canadians using toilet as garbage can

    While the majority of Canadians (55 per cent) continue to believe that fresh water is the country's most important natural resource and say they are trying reasonably hard to conserve it (78 per cent), almost three quarters (72 per cent) admit to flushing items down the toilet that they could dispose of in another manner. Left-over food, hair, bugs and cigarette butts lead the list of items ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Chemicals in Common Products Polluting San Francisco Bay

    OAKLAND, California, July 17, 2007 (ENS) - Hormone-disrupting chemicals from consumer products such as plastic bottles and cosmetics are polluting San Francisco Bay, posing risks to marine life and challenges for consumers and utility districts, finds a year-long study by the nonprofit Environmental Working Group and the East Bay Municipal Utility District, EBMUD. The report says that modern ...

  • Coca-Cola Hellenic showcases CO2 reduction success at leading European sustainability conference

    Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company S.A. ("Coca-Cola Hellenic," the "Company") shared its industry-leading CO2 reduction success with business, government and academic delegates from across Europe, at the CSR Europe, Enterprise 2020 Marketplace event in Brussels last week. Coca-Cola Hellenic - the only non alcoholic beverage company participating at the annual conference of the leading European ...

  • Top ten Cleantech initiatives of the Coca-Cola Company

    The Coca Cola Company is one of the largest worldwide beverage retailers, manufacturers, and marketers of various non-alcoholic beverages. Currently, the company sells more than 500 brands in more than 200 countries. The Coca Cola Company also has a long history of sustainability and helping with theenvironment. They maintain a large focus on the ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Release of 2009 CSR report - Coca-Cola Hellenic maintains sustainability commitments

    Coca-Cola Hellenic, one of Europe"s leading bottlers of non-alcoholic beverages, continued extending its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitments during the 2009 global economic downturn, according to the Company’s latest report, "Towards Sustainability". The seventh annual report details initiatives, progress and future sustainability goals in the Company"s 28 countries of ...

  • EPA and Hackensack University Medical Center team up to increase green practices

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Hackensack University Medical Center have entered into an agreement to enhance environmental practices at the hospital. The medical center has pledged to reduce its use of plastics, reduce and recycle solid waste, complete the final phase of its green roof, use nontoxic cleaning products, conserve energy and water, and reduce air pollution from its ...

  • NASA Spots Worrisome Antarctic Ice Sheet Melt

    The huge West Antarctic ice sheet is starting a glacially slow collapse in an unstoppable way, two new studies show. Alarmed scientists say that means even more sea level rise than they figured. The worrisome outcomes won't be seen soon. Scientists are talking hundreds of years, but over that time the melt that has started could eventually add 4 to 12 feet to current sea levels. A NASA study ...


    By Associated Press

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