Our New Water Cooler
Thursday 13th March 2014 at 11:07am by Richard Davey
Our average work days are between 8 and 18 hours long, and during this time we need to stay hydrated. After repeating my daily cycle of putting the kettle on to boil for the 4th time after forgetting about it and the water going cold, I decided it was time to invest in a better solution.
We are all living water machines‚ designed primarily to run on water and minerals. The human body is made up of over 70% water and a quick search on Google gives many articles on how drinking a healthy amount of water every day has beneficial effects (although some of these articles have some very far reaching claims).
We decided a hot and cold water dispenser was the way forward. I love my morning cup of coffee, and instant hot and cold water sounds great. It finally arrived on Tuesday, so we have had a few days using it. It was quite a pricey purchase at just under £240, but this model has more efficient running costs compared to the cheaper models. The water itself is quite cheap to purchase at the local Cash & Carry, around £5 a bottle. It definitely seems to be a good investment so far, and would recommend that every office have one!
Monday 29th June 2015 - We are pleased to announce the new Harbron Recruit website is now live! Harbron Recruit got in touch with us recently, as they wanted their Wordpress site moving to a bespoke platform and also wanted to extend their site with custom functionality.
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