Posted by Will Vickery on July 18th 2018 in General, Helpful Advice
The quality of tap water can vary around the country. But do you actually know what is in your tap water? The total number of contaminates in tap water across the UK is unknown. But, research has shown that we know 14 contaminants can be found in water supplies across the UK, with the most common of these chemicals being chlorine, fluoride and aluminium.
In small amounts the majority of these chemicals will cause no harm, however they can be an issue at more concentrated levels. Despite this, one of the big concerns for people is how the contaminants affect the...
Posted by Will Vickery on July 4th 2018 in General, Helpful Advice
A study of 447 people found that students who take water into the examination hall may improve their grades.
The study from the universities of East London and Westminster, also noted that older students were more likely to bring in water to exam halls.
The researchers observed 447 psychology students at the University of East London – 71 were in their foundation year, 225 were first years and 151 were in their second year. Just 25% of the students entered the exam hall with a bottle of water.
According to one of the lead researchers Dr Mark Gardner from the University of Westminster,...
Posted by Will Vickery on June 4th 2018 in General, Helpful Advice
Access to filtered, purified water in your home and at work is essential and holds many benefits. There are a variety of options available to people to provide filtered water including refrigerator filters and mains fed water coolers which have built in water technology, however, their level of effectiveness varies.
The risks associated to drinking water filtered by a fridge, includes exposure to microorganisms such as coliform and salmonella, which affect your health and the quality of water. The unfortunate truth is fridges are not as clean as they could be. Fridge filters commonly use carbon filters, which remove compounds that...
Posted by Will Vickery on May 4th 2018 in General
Research and evidence has shown that allowing and even encouraging, water breaks could give your business a boost. The evidence suggests that adequately hydrated employees are more upbeat, productive, concentrate better, have more energy, and are less likely to suffer from headaches and fatigue.What Does the Law Say About Drinking Water at Work?
Whether your carrying out physical labour in hot conditions or working in an air-conditioned office, drinking water frequently is so important. Recent studies have shown the benefits of proper workplace hydration and the positive impact it can have on your business. Actively encouraging employees to drink water during...
Posted by Will Vickery 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...
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...