The British Water Cooler Association (BWCA)has introduced that Wight Crystal has been authorised officially as a brand new complete member of the Association.

Projects Director of WaterGood judgment Chris Routledge with Wight Crystal’s CEO Tracey Hill in 2017.

Wight Crystal is a provider of spring water and water coolers at the Isle of Wight. Their water supply at Knighton lies on the foot of chalk down-land and has been crucial herbal supply of water for the island for the reason that 1800s.

As a registered charity, Osel Enterprises began Wight Crystal in 1988 and now works along The Way Forward Programme, which supplies actions supporting other people with bodily and studying disabilities, autism and long-term prerequisites. Wight Crystal supplies paintings alternatives for other people wanting toughen within the office and new tasks are frequently sought to offer hope to these in most cases excluded from the team of workers by means of the very nature in their bodily or psychological situation.

Wight Crystal’s CEO Tracey Hill has already noticed the advantages of being a part of the BWCA having attended the 2017 convention and industry display following which, all the way through the corporate’s length as an applicant member, her corporate benefited from a partnership with every other member. WaterGood judgment supplied steering and equipment to Wight Crystal as a free-of-charge donation to toughen the paintings of Osel Enterprises.

Phillipa Atkinson-Clow, basic supervisor of BWCA stated: “We are extremely joyful to welcome every other very good corporate into club. Passing our rigorous auditing procedure isn’t simple and so I congratulate Tracey Hill and her staff on assembly our stringent high quality necessities.

“When we launched our 5 for 5 Sustainability Pledge last year we hoped to nudge member companies into undertaking yet more social and environmental sustainability programmes and encouraging them to promote work that benefits the community. It is so pleasing to have already seen the fine example of WaterLogic UK and Wight Crystal collaborating in the way they have. This is just the kind of activity that demonstrates the power of association which comes from being part of the BWCA”.

Jon Wicks, the not too long ago appointed chairman of the BWCA, commented: “I add my congratulations to Wight Crystal and offer the company a very warm welcome. They not only bottle fine water but undertake extremely valuable support for their local community and we are delighted to have them aboard.”

Tracey Hill stated: “Wight Crystal is extremely joyful to be a complete member of the BWCA and overjoyed to have handed the rigorous plant and distributers audit. The BWCA accreditation will give our consumers self belief that our high quality, merchandise and servicing are to an excessively top usual.

“We have received tremendous support from the BWCA, auditors and members over the past two years, for which we are extremely grateful. Waterlogic’s bottling machine donation has made a real difference to improving capacity at our bottling plant: this has given a small charity on the Isle of Wight a brighter future.”