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Questions to Ask About Bottled and Bulk Water
If you are interested in purchasing water in a bottle, whether in small quantities or in bulk, there are many options to consider. The source and processing of the water may be different, depending on the supplier and brand. Also you will need to decide the size and type of container you want. Here are some questions to ask before purchasing.
What is the source of your water and how is it processed?
Pricing and taste can be very different depending on the source and processing of the water, so it’s important to understand where it comes from. For example, mineral water can come from a well or a spring. However it must contain a certain amount of trace minerals naturally, like calcium and magnesium, for example. These trace minerals give the drink a distinctive taste which many people enjoy but some may not. Water that is marked only as spring may also contain trace minerals but may have a softer taste.
What are the packaging and delivery options?
If you are purchasing for your office employees, you can arrange to buy or rent a multi-gallon cooler. This is a convenient option that allows people to drink by filling their own cup or bottle. It can also be connected to an electricity source to keep the liquid cool. Or, you might want to purchase single-serve glass or plastic containers in bulk, however, glass containers are much less common. You will also need to determine a schedule for the seller to deliver refills.
Do you remove the waste or use recyclable materials?
Many providers will supply recyclable plastic containers. It is also usual in the case of the multi-gallon jugs for the supplier to remove the used containers, sanitize and refill them for reuse.
WATER-BOTTLED-AND-BULK IN/NEAR PORTLAND
No matter what store or retailer you visit, often times you’ll find an entire aisle dedicated to the sale of bottled water varieties. Dealers of spring and other types of water make billions on a yearly basis selling the world one of its most important resources in packaged, filtered bulk quantities.
Creating a beverage company typically costs millions to set up, but demand can be created for a product if there exists a stable supply. It’s helpful for a professional in the water business to be properly educated in the fields of biochemistry and environmental science, because without it, the process of making the ideal product may be impossible to grasp. Engineers who are responsible for processing and purifying the resources must be knowledgeable in the equipment they use on the job. The natural resource must also be stable, particularly if it is spring water being sold. A well supply may also be sold after distilling, but must be labeled accordingly on containers. Adding more value is a clean mineral source, which can be sold for a higher price for its natural additives. Other tasks in the business include delivering, packaging and selling products to offices, households and school sports teams. Designers could find a career creating eye-catching glass and plastic bottles to better market a drink. Installing dispenser units, refilling storage units and taking inventory are part of an everyday job that replaces dirty tap sources.
Similar professions include other businesses that make or distribute bulk drink tanks in plastic and glass. Additionally, there are environmental jobs dedicated to testing, providing and maintaining safe drinking water for an area.
As the Earth’s most important and essential natural resource, providing cool and pure H2O to the masses never stops being a vital task.