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Business and Industry

HydraChill for Business and Industry

Business and Industry

Through our history which includes long working partnerships with the UK water industry, we have consistently championed water's importance to good health and as the healthiest form of hydration. Good hydration through regular water intake increases energy levels, reduces fatigue and helps improve concentration.

HydraChill has initiated a principle which is changing the face of water refilling systems in world class business and industry settings. At Amazon’s Facility Centres the appealing combination of HydraChill and our reusable water bottles helped eliminate over one million single use cups in the first year alone at the pilot Dunfermline plant. The initiative has now rolled out across Amazons other UK FC's and been adopted by other major industry leaders including Honda. Where others follow HydraChill leads. Please contact us and we’ll be pleased to share the benefits of our unique solutions.

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Amazon

Amazon: Having Fun and Making History with HydraChill

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Transport For London

Transport For London

Hydrachill successfully created another industry first with the commissioning of the UK’s first free water refi

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Northumbria University and Discovery Museum

Discovering a new world in Northumbria

Whilst a UK wide and now export product, HydraChill has secured a special bond with the city of Newcastle, establishi

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