The Daily Water Requirement

Sophie, The Water Cooler Company3/4/2020Hydration Advice

For the proper performance of physiological and metabolic activities, the body needs water, and lots of it!

The exact water requirement is subjective: it depends on age, gender, health, lifestyle, nutrition and physical activity, environmental conditions and temperatures.
Access to Drinking Water Fountains in Public Spaces

Access to Drinking Water Fountains in Public Spaces

The Water Cooler Company10/12/2018Hydration Advice
Making water fountains accessible to the population can be highly beneficial for not only the health and quality of the life of its citizens, but also in terms of waste reduction, sensible resource management, and the promotion of municipal water, among other things.
Water Temperature and Your Health

Water Temperature and Your Health

The spectrum of healthy living is a broad one. It can be seen as a subjective manner as it means different things to different people. As such, we shall explore the benefits and efficiencies of water at different temperatures.


Staying Hydrated During Wimbledon

Staying Hydrated During Wimbledon

The Water Cooler Company6/23/2016Hydration Advice
Wimbledon is drawing upon us! We are counting down the days until this exciting tournament begins. It will take place from 27 June – 10 July and is one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world.
Infographic | How your body uses water

Infographic | How your body uses water

Ashleigh Beddow9/22/2015Hydration Advice

Water is essential to healthy living as it contains minerals and electrolytes that help your body function at an optimum level. It is important to keep yourself hydrated throughout the day to balance water loss through breathing, sweating, and digestion.

Get Your Kids to Stay Hydrated in the Classroom and on the Field

Get Your Kids to Stay Hydrated in the Classroom and on the Field

Robyn Porteous7/17/2014Hydration Advice
It may shock you a little to learn that by the time your child mentions being thirsty, they’re already dehydrated by at least three percent, and its taking a toll on their wellbeing. Experts have recommended not waiting for your child to tell you they’re thirsty before offering them water to drink, but this may sound a lot easier said than done. That’s why we’ve compiled some tips to help you keep your kids hydrated in the classroom and out at play.