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It’s not just the weight and the strain of changing out these jugs that you should worry about. Jugs are simply unsanitary for these reasons:

  • Improper Cleaning: If the water jugs are not cleaned regularly and thoroughly, bacteria, mold, and other microorganisms can grow inside. These contaminants can multiply over time, leading to potential health risks when consuming the water.
  • Contamination during Refilling: When refilling the water jugs, there is a possibility of cross-contamination if proper hygiene is not maintained. For example, if the jug or the water source is contaminated, it can introduce harmful bacteria or other pathogens into the water, making it unsafe to consume.
  • Inadequate Sealing: Water jugs typically have lids or caps that need to be tightly sealed to prevent contamination. If the seals are damaged or not properly closed, it can allow bacteria, dirt, or insects to enter the container and contaminate the water.
  • Poor Handling and Storage: If the water jugs are not handled or stored correctly, they can become unsanitary. For instance, if they are stored in unclean environments or exposed to dirt, dust, or pests, it can lead to contamination.
  • Age and Deterioration: Over time, the plastic material of the water jugs can deteriorate or develop cracks, which can provide a breeding ground for bacteria and other pathogens. These cracks may also be difficult to clean effectively, leading to persistent contamination.
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Make the right choice for your employees, customers, and for yourself.  Get rid of those jug containers and invest in pure water with Kelly Office Solutions. Our Pure Technology will keep everyone safe and hydrated in your office.  Contact us today!