Clean drinking water coolers Coffs Harbour

Prestige Water is the leading company in Australia to convert regular tap water into great tasting drinking water.

Water Coolers and Water Dispensers Coffs Harbour systems will provide you, your staff or family with healthy, great tasting drinking water made from your own tap. Never buy expensive bottled water anymore. Now you can make your own. Simply remove the lid from our filtration bottle, fill up a few jugs with tap water and poor this straight into the top compartment of the filtration bottle. All the water will be filtered and purified by our 7-stage filter cartridge and now you can enjoy unlimited drinking water. We only recommend to replace the filter cart ride every 6 months for businesses and every 9 - 12 months for families. Please find underneath our most popular models:

Water Coolers Coffs Harbour Bench Top     Click here for info: Bench Top Water Cooler Coffs Harbour

Water Coolers Coffs Harbour Floor Standing     Click here for info: Floor Standing Water Coolers Coffs Harbour

Water Coolers Coffs Harbour Exclusive     Click here for info: Exclusive Water Coolers Coffs HArbour


Every child is entitled to clean drinking water

Every day more than 800 children die under 5 years die of pollution related to contaminated water, the lack of restrooms and poor hygienic conditions.


How many drinks does a child need. Since 1990, 2.6 billion people have access to drinking water. Unfortunately, there are still 650 million children and adults who cannot drink clean water. The majority that it still has to provide without water facilities lives in remote areas, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. They get their water out of lakes and rivers, which makes them likely to get sick. Every day, more than 800 children die from diseases such as diarrhea and cholera, which are found in contaminated water and poor hygienic conditions. Children and drinking water. We provide clean water in remote communities by hitting water wells or extending existing water supply systems. Calculate how much water you should drink per day.

Priority in emergency situations

The care for water is also one of our key priorities in emergency situations. For example, we send trucks with water containers to cities and villages, or spread large-scale water purifiers. In addition, we work with governments so that they can respond to water scarcity as a result of prolonged drought. Lack of safe drinking water exacerbates famine. Water shortages, bad water treatment and disease outbreak are additional threats to malnourished children in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen. Nearly 27 million people depend on unsafe drinking water in these countries. Malnourished children are often sick when they drink this water, for a malnourished child, diarrhea can already be fatal. In addition to starvation, the four affected countries are starved by outbreaks of diseases, armed conflicts and drought. Due to bad sanitation, diseases are spreading rapidly, cholera and diarrhea outbreaks are fatal for hundreds of people. Armed conflicts have resulted in millions of people being displaced, the water facilities in refugee camps have been exhausted and often damaged or destroyed by conflicts. The climate change caused drought has caused water prices to be simplified and that many wells are dry. "The combination of malnutrition, dirt drinking water and poor sanitation are a vicious circle that many children never get out of," says Manuel Fontaine, Head of Emergency Relief at UNICEF. 'Dirty drinking water can cause malnutrition or worse. It does not matter how much a child eats, it will never get better as long as there is no clean water. " In Somalia, the number of people affected by water shortages will increase from 3.3 million to 4.5 million in the coming weeks, one third of the population. In Nigeria 3.8 million people have no safe drinking water, in South Sudan these are 5.1 million and in Yemen 14.5 million. The main care system in Yemen is about to be deposited, which puts millions of children at risk.

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