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Five Reasons to Choose Filtered Spring Water

Are you looking for a safe, economical and convenient way to stay hydrated? If so, you should consider filtered spring water. Filtered water is becoming increasingly common in homes and businesses. You can source it easily and it provides cool refreshment in its purest form. Whether you need a water cooler for your business, or a bench top cooler for your home, filtered spring water is the way to go. To highlight this, we have listed five of the many reasons why should choose filtered spring water for your home and business. Continue reading

Why Choose So Fresh for your Drinking Water Needs?

Wide Bay is home to one of the most dynamic climates in Queensland. Cold winters are very quickly replaced by hot summers and in the depth of a Queensland summer, the most important thing is staying hydrated. Dehydration is one of the most commonly encountered health risks in Australia and even worldwide. Insufficient water consumption is linked to many other health problems and avoiding these should be at the forefront of everyone’s priorities, especially in the heat of summer. Continue reading

Distilled vs Purified Water

Unfortunately, it is not enough for your drinking water to merely be filtered as it leaves a dam or spring; instead there are several additional steps that must be taken to decontaminate fresh water and make it safe to drink. There are many methods in accordance with which fresh water can be decontaminated and of these, the most prominent are arguably distillation and purification, which raises the debated of distilled vs purified water. Continue reading

Why the residents of Bundaberg are choosing purified spring water

Dehydration is implicated in a number of serious health issues ranging from lethargy and headaches, to diabetes and cancer. This is a particular issue in the Bundaberg region, given its hot and humid climate; those living in tropical, subtropical, or warm temperate areas are prone to dehydration at a much quicker rate than those in cooler climates. It is a common misconception that you cannot be dehydrated if you are not thirsty; this has proven to be untrue, because thirst to any degree is indicative of dehydration and it is in fact possible to be mildly dehydrated before feelings of thirst are present. As a general rule, you should consume between two and three litres of water per day to avoid dehydration and in an area such as Bundaberg, you should ideally consume closer to three litres daily. The perfect way to ensure that you, your family and your workplace remain well hydrated is to install a water cooler with premium purified spring water; these coolers make clean, filtered water readily accessible and encourage healthy water consumption.

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