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(INFOGRAPHIC) Reasons to Invest in Water Vending Machines

Updated: Dec 15, 2021

Water is one of our most important resources. While clean, pure water is important, buying bottled water isn’t the most environmentally friendly solution. Only 1 in 5 plastic bottles are recycled, which contributes to the devastation of our earth and oceans. Water vending machines offer a way to provide pure drinking water to members of your community. Not only that, but they’re a safe, reliable investment. Here are 5 reasons why you should invest in water vending machines this year.

Small Investment, Big Profit

A water vending machine is a small investment that can generate big profits. Placing a machine in a medium traffic area could provide you with a return in as fast as 8 months to a year.

Make Money While You Sleep

With a water vending machine, you can generates passive income. With a water vending machine, you can generate passive income. The only thing that you need to take care of is monthly maintenance which can be supported by Delcol.

Bring Clean Water to Your Community

Tap water contains numerous chemicals, pesticides, and other contaminants. Water from water vending machines have go through water treatment process, allowing you to bring water that’s free of contaminants to community.

Easy Maintenance

The machines are easy to install and maintain. You don’t need to have any special knowledge or experience in water or in business to keep providing your community with high-quality drinking water. Remember, Delcol is always there to provide you with expert support.

Positive Impact on the Environment

A water refill station is perfect for communities who want to diminish their plastic consumption. By assisting your community with these goals, you can help everyone reduce their carbon footprint.

A water vending machine gives you the opportunity to provide your community with pure drinking water. For more information on our water vending machines. Reach us today!

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