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Rising demand for bottled water led Corkman Dermot O’Brien to launch an innovative venture offering hotels and restaurants their own onsite filtration and bottling systems.

28th May, 2011

Rising demand for bottled water led Corkman Dermot O’Brien to launch an innovative venture offering hotels and restaurants their own onsite filtration and bottling systems.

O’Brien established Infinity Pure Water Company in Mitchelstown in 2008, having secured the rights from a US firm to sell small bottled water units in the Irish market.

‘‘I spent a month with the company in Boston, travelling around to various hotels and restaurants and learning how...

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