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Making The Switch

Many companies are switching to bottleless water strictly because it makes economic sense. Bottleless water systems translate to consistently fresh tasting water, and provide unparalleled cost savings to your business. For example, you would no longer have a fuel surcharge attached to your bill because there wouldn’t be gasoline costs added water deliveries. Or if you pay rent by square foot, you may may no longer have to pay an additional cost to store a water company’s bottles. With installed filtration systems, everything is contained in a single unit. Also, if workplace security is a concern, aside from the initial installation, the only other time you will see a technician is during scheduled maintenance visits.


Regular, healthy adults need to drink a minimum of 8 glasses of water per day to stay hydrated. Our bodies need constant hydration to function properly. In the workplace, a properly hydrated employee is able to provide maximum energy towards tasks and is more prepared for an efficient day of work. Little Red filtration systems can be installed conveniently in specific areas of the workplace (not just the break room).


By having a self-contained system, you will have more time to focus on what’s important. Some day-to-day benefits of include:

  • No shortage of water

  • No clean up of spills

  • No storage of full/empty bottles

  • No bottle recycling/disposal

  • No varying costs


Did you know that a large number of Workers Compensation claims result from improper lifting? And this is not limited to warehouse style tasks. It can happen from lifting awkward and heavy water bottles too. A filtration system can eliminate these potential injuries because it is a self-contained unit.


While the initial purchase and installation of a bottleless filtration system may feel expensive, long term a company can drastically save on the following:

  • No need to keep track of charges, credits and deposits of bottles

  • No weekly or bi-weekly deliveries to schedule

  • No bottled inventory to track/monitor

  • Overall reduced overhead and bottom line


Delivery services use large trucks to haul and delivery bottled water jugs to businesses. These trucks weigh thousands of pounds, and use tremendous amounts of fuel during transport, which release carbon emissions into the air. Because bottleless systems are a one-time install, and require very little maintenance to maintain, there are no emissions or recyling/disposal.


Bottled water reservoirs are high susceptible to contamination and airborne particulates from human handling during bottle changes. It is also common for delivery companies to recycle old plastic jugs that may have been exposed to sun and other outdoor elements that can release chemicals into the water. Bottleless water systems are sealed, airtight units that reduce contamination by removing the need for human contact with the water source. ​

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