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How Thirsty Work Is Helping the Environment & Reducing Single Use Plastic

Posted by on October 2nd 2019 in Charity & Events , Environment

On Saturday the 28th September, Thirsty Work held its annual Super Saturday event, which is a great opportunity to gather every member of the team from across all our depots, to work on team building and to communicate and promote our aims for the business and how we can continue to improve our service and product offering for our customers.

This year’s event was held at Dawlish Warren with the theme being an environmental theme, as we wanted to communicate to our staff about our continued investment to improve our service and product offering to help our customers reduce their single...

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Are Water Fountains The Solution To Tackle Single Use Plastic?

Posted by on August 22nd 2019 in Environment

 

A large challenge facing the global population currently, is how do we reduce the use of single use plastic products to help tackle climate change? This has seen charities, businesses and local government in a number of towns and cities installing public access drinking water fountains, which provide free safe drinking water, where people can fill up their refillable water bottles, removing the need to buy single use plastic water bottles.

Making water fountains accessible to people can be highly beneficial for not only health reasons, but also in terms of waste reduction and sensible resource management.

The over consumption of sweet...

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Paper & Biodegradable Cups for Dentist Practices

Posted by on July 23rd 2019 in Environment

Consumers and businesses across the globe haven begun to make a real effort to review their environmental policies and ensure practices and processes are as environmentally friendly as possible. As a business supplier Thirsty Work are able to support businesses in their efforts to reduce the use of single use plastic with our water coolers and our new range of biodegradable and compostable paper cups and cones.

Since introducing this range in 2018 our customers have been able to remove millions of plastic cups from circulation by replacing them with our biodegradable and paper cups.

Since launching the range, we have found...

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What Thirsty Work Is Doing to Help Reduce Plastic

Posted by on May 1st 2018 in Environment , General, Helpful Advice

Since the first day that Thirsty Work was started in 1995, plastic has been a topic, that we have taken very seriously. Therefore, we have continued to create new solutions and implement systems to help reduce our use of plastic. But, with the aim of reducing plastic use, becoming ever more important Thirsty Work has decided to invest heavily in helping us and our customers reduce their plastic use. So, to put your minds at rest, I thought I would write this blog article to show you, what Thirsty Work is doing to help reduce plastic.

Thirsty Works Solutions to Plastic Bottle...
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Thirsty Works Commitment to the Environment

Posted by 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...

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