Our drinking water in Thailand

Until now we did always buy nestle water bottles  and only did refill a bit water-jar (6 litre) from a local water-dispenser in the village. After awhile I did not really trust the water quality from the village and I have never liked throwing away all the plastic. Although it might be in some way be recycled as my wife would sell all the old bottles.

But now we have home-delivery of crates of drinking-water bottles. Each crate has 20 bottles of 920cc. Costs 40 THB. And we have big water-jars of 30-litre, costs 12 THB.

It is much easier to get into our house, home delivery. It is much cheaper and I do not have to throw away all the plastic. The water is claimed to be filters and treated by Reverses Osmosis (RO) and Ultraviolet System (UV). Now hope they did not take all the good things out of the water (or that they put them back again). It tastes good!


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