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Bottled Water vs Filtered Water

Update:07 Jul
  When you decide which water source to use in your home or business, if you want to upgrade from tap water, bottled water and filtered water are usually the two main choices.
  Fortunately, bottled water and filtered water can help reduce the amount of pollutants in drinking water. But, which is better, bottled water or filtered water? This article describes some of the benefits of each method, so you can make a choice that suits your home or business.
  What is the difference between bottled water and filtered drinking water?
  What are the benefits of filtered water compared to bottled water? When we talk about bottled water in this context, we are not just talking about the individual size plastic bottled water that you can buy in boxes at the grocery store. We also refer to the larger size packaged water placed in the refrigerator and the 5-gallon plastic jug placed on top of the water cooler. On the other hand, filtered water is obtained when a filter (usually made of carbon) is connected to a pipe to filter impurities such as chlorine and metal deposits in the tap water.
  Is the bottled water filtered? Sometimes it is. If the water comes from groundwater or municipal water supply, it is purified before bottling. If the water is natural spring or mineral water, it may not be filtered before delivery, because certain types of filtration (such as reverse osmosis) may remove beneficial minerals.
  Some of the advantages of bottled water include:
  Convenience and portability: The portability of bottled water and drinking fountains provides convenience and versatility. With bottled water, you don't have to connect the water supply system to your pipes, for example in the space under the sink. If you have a water cooler, you can plug it into any electrical outlet and start from there. If you want to try drinking fountains in different areas of your home or office building, this feature can help you choose.
  Cost-effective installation: As there is no need to install anything, the upfront cost of a bottled water system is lower than that of a water filtration system. They can also be more cost-effective when water consumption is very low.
  No need to change the filter: With the water filtration system, the water you drink comes from tap water that flows through the water filter. In order to retain the filters, they must be replaced according to the instructions (for high-quality filters, usually once a year). For bottled water, there is no need to change the filter.
  Try filtering water: the benefits of filtering water
  Cost-effectiveness: For bottled water or water cooler systems, moderate to heavy use means faster emptying of bottles and the need to constantly purchase more water. The increase in usage will lead to a rapid increase in costs. With filtered water, once your system is set up, you can use it for a long time (usually one year). Therefore, using filtered water helps save time and money.
  Low maintenance: The water filtration system is easy to maintain and provides a valuable convenience factor. You no longer need to transport, store or arrange the delivery of packaged water. Instead, you can get water anytime, anywhere.
  No need to carry heavy objects: If you have purchased a water or water cooler, you will be familiar with the stress that carrying a heavy bottle can put on your back, muscles and joints. In addition, dragging bottled water from the point of purchase (or delivery point) to the proper location is just a pain. With a water filter, there is absolutely no heavy work!
  High-quality water that meets various needs: filtered water can not only provide high-quality water for drinking water. It provides a lot of healthy and delicious water for cooking, soup, coffee, tea, ice cubes, infant formula, plants, aquariums, etc.