The Well Water

The Well Water Seeks Re-Sellers for a New Hydration Delivery System which is ‘Set to Transform the Water Cooler Sector’

The Well Water is looking for help to meet the anticipated demand for its revolutionary water dispenser which, its inventors predict, will ‘transform the water cooler sector’. The new system combines boxed Scottish Natural Mineral Water with next generation dispensers. This reduces the use of plastic, avoids the need for sanitization visits, savesspace, improves hygiene, lowers costs and simplifies logistics for operators engaged in providing workplace hydration solutions.

The Well WaterThe Well Water is the brainchild of microbiologist Kieran McKenna who has 30 years’ experience in the water cooler industry. Kieran is working with CEO David Albers, who has a similar background.

“The Well Water is an industry-first disruptive technology and represents a long overdue game changer for hydration,” Kieran says. “Boxed water is the most sustainable packaged water solution. It is lighter, easier to transport and has a lower carbon footprint than water packed in plastic or glass.”

A single 12.75 litre box of water replaces 51 x 250ml plastic bottles, 51 plastic caps and rings, 51 plastic labels and all the associated packaging.

The Well Water is currently selling direct to customers in Dublin, London and Edinburgh, but the company is seeking to appoint re-sellers, to help handle the anticipated high demand.

“The benefits of The Well Water are not confined to the environment”, Kieran added. “When water is boxed, its qualities are preserved, because it’s fully protected from light and this, combined with the tap system and a contracting bag, makes it impossible for oxygen to enter. The upshot is that excellent Scottish Natural Mineral Water can be enjoyed in perfect condition, for many weeks after it’s been opened.”

Sounds as though it ticks a lot of boxes?

*If you’d like to discuss the opportunity to become a re-seller of The Well Water, please contact David Albers

More: Read ‘The Well Water: ‘An Innovative, Rebel Solution which is Set to Disrupt the Water Cooler Market’, HERE


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