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On 9/15/2011 1:57 PM, ImStillMags wrote:
> My company was buying bottled water for the guys in the shop. I have
> finally talked them into a Culligan water dispenser. It is piped
> directly into the water supply, has heavy duty filters to filter the
> water thoroughly and has a hot and cold tap. We bought metal water
> bottles for all the shop guys and they put their names on them. They
> love the water dispenser much better than the bottled water....it
> tastes better, it's always available and it's cold. It costs my
> company a whole $30/mo and we are keeping literally hundreds of
> plastic water bottles out of the recycle bin every month.
> http://www.culligantotalwater.com/im...ter-cooler.jpg



We used bottled water at work, but I would prefer this. Thanks for
posting it.

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On Sep 15, 2:38*pm, Ema Nymton > wrote:
> On 9/15/2011 1:57 PM, ImStillMags wrote:
>
> > My company was buying bottled water for the guys in the shop. I have
> > finally talked them into a Culligan water dispenser. It is piped
> > directly into the water supply, has heavy duty filters to filter the
> > water thoroughly and has a hot and cold tap. We bought metal water
> > bottles for all the shop guys and they put their names on them. They
> > love the water dispenser much better than the bottled water....it
> > tastes better, it's always available and it's cold. It costs my
> > company a whole $30/mo and we are keeping literally hundreds of
> > plastic water bottles out of the recycle bin every month.
> >http://www.culligantotalwater.com/im...e-free-water-c...

>
> We used bottled water at work, but I would prefer this. *Thanks for
> posting it.
>
> Becca


Becca contact your local Culligan distributor. They also include the
filter changes in the monthly rental. For $30 a month you have
filtered cold water, unlimited. That's a great deal for a company.
A company with a lot of employees might need more than one though.

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