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What employees expect from workplace hydration

In a bid to better understand the effects of hydration and single-use plastic usage in the workplace Waterlogic surveyed 6,300 full-time workers across Europe, Australia and America. Learn more about what we discovered to help promote healthier habits for a more productive workforce.

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Workplace hydration

The war against plastic: who’s battle is it?

72% of respondents say their employer could do more to reduce single-use plastics in the workplace.

Mains-fed water dispensers are a more sustainable and convenient choice compared to bottled water coolers. Collaborating with staff on a strategy to reduce plastic waste can help to ensure positive engagement and maximise the impact of any actions taken. This survey showed that if your tap water has a bad taste or smell this can discourage workers from using the facility, and that there is clear demand for filtered water within workplaces.

  • 66% of employees use single-use plastics when there is no access to a dispenser

    66% of employees use single-use plastics when there is no access to a dispenser

  • 31% of companies actually provide single-use plastic bottles for their employees

    31% of companies actually provide single-use plastic bottles for their employees

  • 52% of employees are already using their own refillable bottles in the workplace

    52% of employees are already using their own refillable bottles in the workplace

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Staying hydrated and its impact on productivity

Our bodies are 55-60% water and we cannot survive without constantly maintaining these levels.

Hydration has a powerful effect on employee health, well-being and productivity. Three-quarters of the employees said that staying hydrated is important to them. Acting on this and improving access to water facilities could make a big difference to business. Not only do people see good quality water as having a positive impact on wellbeing, it’s also a simple way to meet the needs of staff.

  • 26% of employees said that they don’t trust tap water

    26% of employees said that they don’t trust tap water

  • 85% said free access to filtered water would make them drink more water at work

    85% said free access to filtered water would make them drink more water at work

  • 96% of respondents said being hydrated positively impacts their productivity

    96% of respondents said being hydrated positively impacts their productivity

More on water quality

Learn more about hydration trends and insights

Hydration in the Workplace report

Uncover compelling insights about workplace hydration and the reliance upon single-use plastics.

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Hydration report

Sustainable hydration whitepaper

Discover why it’s time for businesses and organisations to say hello to an eco-friendlier future.

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Sustainable hydration

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We have an extensive distribution network of partners just like you. Find out how Waterlogic can provide the perfect solution for your hydration business.

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