Customer Notification:

As the situation with coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop, we want to share some of the steps we have taken to care for our employees, our customer and our communities in response to the outbreak.

If you plan to visit our office location, please be aware our office lobby has been closed to the public until further notice. Our drive-up window is staffed and ready to assist you to conduct any business.  You may also contact us via phone at 800-232-7332 or you can click here to reach us online and a customer service representative will be happy to assist you.  If you simply need to make a payment you may do so here.

You may also notice employees wearing gloves, wiping down surfaces and taking other precautions to protect you and other team members. These measures allow us to continue to operate our office services as usual during this difficult time.

How to protect yourself.

  • Wash hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Clean and disinfect things you touch often.
  • Cough or sneeze into a tissue and put tissue in trash.
  • If possible, stay home when you feel sick.
Thank you for your assistance and be safe.


Concerned about the Environmental Impact of Bottled Water? Go Green with Bottled Water Delivery and be Proactive about Recycling

With all of the recent environmental concern about bottled water and recycling plastic bottles, consumers may be wondering how they can get the pure taste of bottled water without impacting Mother Earth. The larger bottled water containers that are used in bottled water delivery service are sanitized and reused, and when they can no longer be used, they can be recycled. Another approach is to go green by recycling plastic bottles from single-serve containers as well as encouraging family, friends and co-workers to recycle.

Going Green with Bottled Water Delivery

Contrary to common belief, the bottled water industry was among the first to begin recycling plastic bottles. The industry was founded by utilizing the reusable container system of the Home and Office (HOD) delivery segment. The bottled water that is provided by bottled water delivery services typically comes in 3 or 5-gallon bottles that can be used by the consumer, then picked up by the water bottle provider, sanitized, sterilized, repackaged, and sent back to the consumer. The exact number of time that these bottles can be reused varies, depending on where the bottles are stored and how much they are handled, but oftentimes they can be used for several years.

Bottled water offers a healthy alternative to other beverages and home and office bottled water delivery offers ease and convenience to consumers and businesses. Bottled water delivery companies work hard to protect the environment, and urge those that enjoy their products to do the same.

Consumers' Role in Going Green

Many consumers recognize bottled water to be healthy and safe. Making recycling plastic bottles a habit and promoting recycling at home and in the office is a huge step towards going green.

Recycling program guidelines differ depending on the area, so check with the local recyclers regarding expectations and preparation of the materials. Here are some general guidelines:

  • Separate caps, lids, or easily removable labels from the plastic prior to recycling plastic bottles.
  • Rinse containers
  • Step on the bottle or container to reduce its volume before placing it in your recycling container.

Although it is tempting, refilling single-serve water bottles with tap water and reusing them repeatedly is not recommended due to potential sanitation concerns. Continually refilling these water bottles with tap water, without cleaning or sanitizing the bottles in between can introduce harmful bacteria to the water that should not be consumed. Recycling plastic bottles or using a bottled water delivery service that sanitizes bottles and then recycles them is a much better alternative for you, your family and the environment. Taking advantage of a bottled water delivery service at home and in the office, as well as promoting and recycling plastic bottles, are two ways in which you can go green.

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