Author Archive: Will Vickery
Posted by Will Vickery on April 27th 2018 in Helpful Advice
Scientists from Hawaii in 2014, discovered a rock formation consisting of beach sediment, basaltic lava fragments, organic debris and melted plastic. This finding is very illustrative of the world in which we now live. Scientists have suggested that this culture and behaviour of not caring about plastic will define our legacy on earth. Therefore, Thirsty Work is doing every it can to reduce its plastic waste and help individuals, teams, clubs and companies reduce there’s too.The Complexity of Recycling
Given that only 9% of all plastics have ever been recycled and 12% incinerated, this leaves a significant volume of plastics potentially...
Posted by Will Vickery on April 23rd 2018 in Helpful Advice
Raising a child means teaching them important life lessons, and at Thirsty Work we believe that includes developing healthy dietary habits. Although you may see your children drink enough water whilst they are at home, we see a lot of cases where children just aren’t drinking enough water during the school day. Children become dehydrated very easily, and this places unnecessary strain on the body, as it struggles to maintain itself without such a crucial substance that is water.Why Children are more vulnerable to dehydration than adults?
When a baby is first born its body consists of 75% water. This percentage gradually...
Posted by Will Vickery on December 20th 2017 in Health, Helpful Advice
Your staff are arguable your most valuable asset, which is why it is important to take care of them. That is why as a water cooler supplier we see the significant differences that staying hydrated has on your staff’s health and performance.
But we get it, everyone has such busy lives these days, that actually keeping track and reminding ourselves to drink enough water can be tough. Our bodies are super smart though and have all kinds of means of telling us we’re not getting enough water.
So here are our top 8 signs to look out for if you’re not drinking...
Posted by Will Vickery on December 13th 2017 in Hot Water Dispensers
All businesses that work within the hospitality sector, will know that the experience the customer receives is the most important thing. Therefore, you need to be able to give them your undivided attention and support in order to provide this level of service, which of course requires your time. This is why the Hot Water Dispenser is the perfect product as it will save time whilst you make all off those hot drinks, allowing you to spend more time on catering to the other needs of your customers.Capacity
When you have high demand for hot drinks during the day, you want...
Posted by Will Vickery on November 29th 2017 in General
Thirsty Work over the years has been going from strength to strength, and recently we have been significantly growing in Bristol and surrounding areas. With thousands of businesses being located in Bristol and the surrounding areas such as Bath, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Swindon and even more, it is great opportunity for our business to continue growing.Bristol Water Cooler Supplier
At Thirsty Work we believe we deliver a great range of bottled water coolers, main fed water coolers and hot water dispensers, but more importantly a service to match a great range of products.
From our 10-day free trial offering, to our money saving...
Posted by Will Vickery on November 22nd 2017 in Water Coolers
The water cooler is often the feature of an office that is regularly used without people really giving it much thought to the value that it brings. However, if you take a second to think about it the water cooler is a product that can brings immense value to a business from its health benefits to improving client hospitality with fresh clean tasting water and many more benefits. So here is the return on investment of having a water cooler in your workplace.The ROI of a water cooler Health benefits for employees
In the UK, every business must ensure that its...
Posted by Will Vickery on November 9th 2017 in Water Coolers
When someone is looking to acquire a water cooler for their workplace, they are often faced with the decision of choosing between a bottled water cooler and a main fed water cooler. In this blog I am going to break down some of the differences between a bottled water cooler and main fed water cooler in order to make that decision for you easier.Bottled Water Cooler
These are the pieces of equipment which can either be countertop or floor standing. They will have a large upturned bottle sitting on top of the unit. These bottles can be either a 13-litre...
Posted by Will Vickery on November 1st 2017 in Water Coolers
When businesses are looking to purchase a bottled water cooler, one of the main concerns for the staff is about the process of changing the water cooler bottles. But with a little bit of preparation and understanding, they need not be. Changing a bottle from the water cooler is a very straightforward and simple process that will only take a matter of minutes, but it is one that is critical to ensuring that yourself, colleagues and clients have continuous access to clean fresh tasting water.Changing The Water Cooler Bottle Preparation
When moving the new water bottle to the cooler, it...
Posted by Will Vickery on October 25th 2017 in Hot Water Dispensers
In a busy environment where no one has the time to wait for a kettle, an instant hot water dispenser can be an incredibly valuable addition to the office with its capacity, versatility and functionality allowing you to save time, space and money, making it the ultimate addition to your workplace or office.
With a hot water dispenser, you can have great, fresh tasting water at the perfect temperature for all your favourite hot drinks. But how does a hot water boiler?How the Instant Hot Water Dispenser Works
A hot water dispenser works as a mains-fed system, meaning the water comes directly from your...
Posted by Will Vickery on October 18th 2017 in Environment
Buying your water in bottles can seem like an expensive and futile exercise, especially in the UK, when we have safe drinking tap water. However, for us to have this luxury, the water is treated using various methods which leaves an unfortunate chemical residue taste to the water. Therefore, many people choose to buy bottled water as it comes from a natural underground source, and is treated with natural products such as carbon filters, which is what gives it its fresh clean taste. However, the main concern for the consumers, is buying your water in bottles going to harm the...