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Classeq grows with Eau de Vie

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Eau de Vie, the fresh filtered water system managed by Classeq in the UK, is planning to strengthen its presence in the market by launching a new water dispense unit next month.

The latest point-of-use (POU) system, which will be available from the end of October, will feature the company’s patented Silver6 filter, which removes the impurities that often adversely affect water composition and taste.

The unit provides a constant supply of fresh filtered water from water delivered by the local mains. It chills the water to the required temperature and even offers the ability to produce it carbonated.

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Nick Burridge, sales director at Classeq, said the system is ideal for contract caterers and on-site managers involved in conference venues and B&I sites.

“With its sustainable and environmental credentials, our new POU water system offers a highly cost effective and compelling solution to customers looking to minimise recycling costs and reduce their carbon footprint,” he said.

“Eau de Vie is a Green Apple Award winner that has built a reputation for leading the filtered water response to costly and wasteful practices of shipping bottled water and canisters.”

With no storage required, the POU system takes up quite a small footprint, spanning 312mm by 950mm, and 320mm deep.

The system is suitable for both single-serve applications, as well as bottle-refills for on-desk consumption.

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