Hospitality / Food Service


From drinking water, to washing water and everything in between, restaurants and hotels are in need of high quality water for every step of their operation. Pure Water provides custom cost-effective water treatment designs with an eye toward reducing operating costs along with risks.

Restaurants & Hotels

Most restaurants and hotels today utilize water softeners to address issues related to water hardness and low levels of iron and manganese on hot water only. Most restaurants and hotels also add individual water filtration systems to their ice machine, beverage stations, steamers, and coffee and tea brewers. These filtration systems typically consist of a sediment filter to remove large suspended particles from the water, a carbon filter to remove chlorine and sometimes a sequestering filter that adds a sequestering agents to reduce the effects of scaling. 

A point of entry water purification system designed to treat both hot water and water for appliances seems to be the best option available that address issues relating to water quality while adding profit to a restaurant's bottom line.
The system is designed to remove up to 95% of all contaminants from water, eliminating the need for all other water filtration equipment as well as greatly reducing soda syrup, cleaning chemicals, rinse aid for dishwashers, salt, filter replacements, ice machine, and water heater maintenance, all while improving the quality of food beverages. By treating water with one complete purification system, restaurants and hotels can experience immediate cost savings, and promote themselves as being environmentally conscious as a result of eliminating salt and 75% of its filter replacements and provide better quality for their customers. 

Food Beverage Production (Bottling)

Many people prefer bottled water over tap water because they believe it to be a safer alternative compared to other sources of water such as tap water and it tends to taste better then water out of the faucet. America loves bottled water. According to a study done by the International Bottled Water Association, bottled water is the second most popular beverage in the US. In 2013, bottled water volume achieved an unprecedented high: exceeding 10 billion gallons. Only carbonated soft drinks out sell bottled water. 

Pure Water can cater to all of your bottled water needs. The FDA regulates bottled drinking water and has set some general Current Good Manufacturing Practices specifically for bottled water. They require bottled water producers:
  • Process, bottle, hold, and transport bottled water under sanitary conditions. 
  • Protect water sources from bacteria, chemicals, and other contaminants.
  • Use quality control processes to ensure the bacteriological and chemical safety of the water. 
  • Sample and test both source water and final product for contaminants. (Source: US Food and Drug Administration)
Pure Water abides to all of these practices and would be happy to help you with all of your bottled water needs! From purifying the drinking water all the way down to packaging it, Pure Water has you covered! Contact us today about all of your bottled water needs.


Many food and beverage facilities use large quantities of water in their daily operations. Whether it's being used as an ingredient, for cleaning and sanitation, or manufacturing purposes, it is very important to maintain a safe water supply to ensure production of safe and quality foods. The reuse of water through recycling is becoming an increasingly vital component of food processing as a means to conserve water, reduce costs, and provide security of water supplies. 

Water reuse is the use of treated waste-water in non-process applications with lower quality requirements within the food and beverage industry. Reclaimed or recycled water is former waste-water that has been treated to remove solids and impurities, and is kept for second use rather than being discharged back into the environment. 
The amount of water that food and beverage facilities use on a daily basis impacts the local water supply and surface water quality. Reusing water is a logical way to minimize a facility's environmental footprint. Reclaimed water can be used in the food and beverage industry for non-product applications, such as landscape irrigation, truck washing and warehouse floor washing. The purpose of recycling water is sustainability and water conservation, rather than discharging treated water to surface water such as rivers and oceans. 

Water reuse offers a water source that is dependable, locally controlled, and not harmful to the environment. It also enables facilities and their communities to become less dependent on groundwater and surface water sources, decreasing the diversion of water from sensitive ecosystems. Besides saving water, reuse can also lead to cost and energy savings.
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