Introducing the new way to stay hydrated at work – bottleless water coolers and office water dispensers in New Jersey!

Water dispensers in the office are crucial for employee satisfaction and providing clean drinking water. However, water cooler technology has changed a lot in the last decade to be more efficient and clean.

At Document Solutions, we’re dedicated to providing businesses in New Jersey with the best water cooler options available. We’ve stayed current on the latest innovations in water cooler technology to ensure that our clients have access to the best possible products. The Pure Water system is a perfect example of our commitment to providing quality filtered watercoolers and water cooler rentals. We work with your needs and your budget to find the best bottleless water cooler solution for your office. Contact us today to learn more about our products and how we can help you get the clean water you deserve.

The 3 Best Reasons to Make the Switch to a Bottleless Water Dispenser System

Cure for Your Thirst💦

Multi-stage purification process Ozone disinfection is an effective way to remove 96% of total dissolved solids, organics (PCBs, chlorine, pharmaceuticals) and potentially harmful bacteria & viruses.

Stainless-steel holding tanks are sanitized automatically every day, preventing the growth of bacteria, viruses, and odors. This is a big advantage over 5-gallon bottles or traditional open-air delivery systems.

EFFICIENCY & PRODUCTIVITY

No more wasted time with 5-gallon bottled water coolers — eliminate storing, spilling or lifting of heavy bottles (42 lbs).

No longer will the workplace be disrupted on a weekly or monthly basis for deliveries of 5-gallon bottles.

This dispenser has a large dispensing area and drip tray, making it perfect for all size containers. This helps to keep your workplace clean by preventing spillage.

HEALTHY FOR EMPLOYEES

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CleanContactTM touchpad and surfaces are protected against cross-contamination of germs. This saves you from the hassle of constantly cleaning your workplace and keeps your environment healthy.

Reduce your carbon footprint by using RO! RO helps to eliminate the emissions from manufacturing and transporting 5-gallon plastic bottles.

Hot and cold water on demand, perfect for those employees who want to adjust the temperature to their liking.

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