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Beverage Dispenser Targets User Health and Comfort

Elkay’s Smartwell is a fully integrated, intelligent system offering fresh, filtered water through Elkay’s WaterSentry filter that is NSF/ANSI 42 and 53 certified. Smartwell offers a variety of flavors and nutritional plus-ups (think electrolytes and vitamins). Designed specifically with offices, auto dealerships, hotels and other group spaces in mind, Smartwell gives users the option to create their own custom beverages on demand – while promoting healthier choices, cost savings and environmental sustainability.

Elkay’s Smartwell’s key features include:
Smart refill technology and full internet connectivity, meaning facility managers and office administrators can monitor usage and other metrics remotely, while Elkay’s dedicated team of service professionals can track when flavors are running low and adjust accordingly. H2O customization options, including the ability to choose several different flavor varieties and add vitamins, electrolytes, vitamin C and caffeine for limitless combinations. Fresh, filtered water, Smartwell features WaterSentry® filters that are NSF/ANSI 42 and 53 certified for reduction of lead, class 1 particulates and chlorine, while improving taste. Healthy hydration, to promote user health and wellbeing while providing an alternative to high-calorie, sugary beverages.

Environmentally-conscious dispensing, multiuse pouches dramatically reduce waste buildup in lieu of single-use plastic bottles and aluminum cans.

Smartwell saves customers money (no need for pricy canned/bottled drinks), promotes environmental sustainability (less plastic waste in oceans and landfills) and encourages health and wellbeing (no more sugary drinks). It’s a smart, comprehensive beverage solution that’s changing the game for today’s office administrators, facility managers and sustainability professionals.

Smartwell is currently only available in Chicago and New York City, with plans to expand to new markets in 2019.

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