The Bronte Bottling Plant is located close to the historical village of Haworth, near the Bronte Spring. We often talk about deliveries and things happening at Bronte HQ in Honley however, we thought it was about time to share the story about how each 19 litre carboy bottle is fed through the cleaning process, filled and capped...
The 6:30 am alarm heralds the start of another challenging day for Tim, one of the directors at Bronte Water Coolers Ltd. Suitably prepared and dressed for the occasion (sometimes jeans) he arrives at the office to be greeted by a hive of activity. There are Delivery Drivers loading vans whilst others shout for the
The University of Leeds Libraries have a combined total of 2.8 million printed books plus another half a million online available to the 2 million visitors per year who borrow around 3 million items. To enable learning, the university have 3,900 study spaces across its 4 campuses available to students. That’s a lot of students
Locally born and father of four, Tim has run several companies since 1986, and was the founding member of Bronte Natural Spring Water when the spring was discovered in Haworth in 1992. Seeing an opportunity arising, he moved the company from small packed supermarket bottles and into water coolers in 1997 and today is still
Image Source: Google Search Here at Bronte Water we take our social responsibility seriously and we’re passionate about keeping single-use plastic to the very minimum. As you may know we try our best to ensure that the materials (especially plastics) are recyclable and as environmentally friendly as possible. So, why is recycling so
Meet Karen Brown, the latest addition to the Bronte Water Coolers Ltd team as a trainee Water Cooler Technician. Karen was chosen for this new position after impressing during the selection process for this newly created position. She’ll be learning the trade over the next three months with a view to taking on more responsibility
Some of our readers may know that we were collecting and storing a massive amount of our used bottle caps because we just couldn't bare to send them to landfill! So, as explained in our previous blog post, we did a shout-out on our social media accounts to our online network and ask if anyone
We just couldn't send these Plastic Bottle Caps to landfill! A few months ago we did a shout-out on our social media accounts to ask our fellow followers and online community to help us in finding a place to recycle them. We had a couple of suggestions given and we'd like to share the story...
Ian Butterworth (aka "Butty") has been with us for 10 years this week! Ian is a Delivery Engineer and looks after the Wakefield postcode area, delivering bottled spring water and he also sanitises the water cooler machines to ensure they are ship-shape! He also visits Newcastle on a weekly basis to look after Bronte’s interests
It is an unfortunate fact that we do break a lot of 19 litre bottles. Once they've got more than one hole they are no good for further use and suitable only for recycling. Luckily the plastics businesses are crying out for scrap polycarbonate. Would you believe that it is ten times more valuable than scrap metal