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Le Bleu Central is here to help…Contact-Free Delivery

Thank you to our amazing drivers during this critical time.

Le Bleu Central remains open and ready to serve our customers. Our drivers and staff have been increasing our cleaning and disinfecting efforts, including our drivers, our vehicles and our office locations. Our goal is to continue providing Le Bleu to our customers since Le Bleu Ultra Pure Water is beneficial in staying healthy.
We are able to make accommodations for customers where necessary and we encourage you to reach out to help us serve you better by letting us know if:
  • you wish to increase your order on your next delivery.
  • any specifics in regard to how you would like your delivery made.
  • your business is currently closed and you need to postpone your service.
  • you know of anyone in need of water, please respond to this email and we will connect with them.
A few things to keep in mind about Le Bleu Ultra Pure Bottled Water:
  • Le Bleu is bottled right here in North Carolina.
  • Le Bleu is Fractional Vapor Compression Steam Distilled and has no expiration date.
  • At Le Bleu, we don’t just rely on just filtration. Le Bleu is heated to over 212 degrees to ensure that no disease causing micro-organisms are in Le Bleu Water.
  • Our trucks are loaded at our own warehouse and product is delivered directly to you.
  • Our drivers have been thoroughly trained to clean and sanitize properly.
  • Le Bleu’s Bottling Manufacturing Operation is thoroughly inspected by FDA to ensure quality and is Kosher Certified.
We understand the magnitude of the situation and we are here to help any way we can. We have an outstanding customer service team to help with any specific needs. Just call or email us:
919-239-8000 – Raleigh/Fayetteville
252-243-2115 – Wilson
We greatly appreciate your business and hope you, your employees and your family stay healthy through this time.
Sincerely,
Le Bleu Central Family

Dangerous ‘forever chemicals’ have been found in US drinking water at alarming rates

BY: Hilary Brueck, Business Insider

In the US, consumers usually assume that the water coming out of our taps has been thoroughly tested and is safe to drink.

But residents in more than 30 communities around the country have found out that’s not the case.

In states including Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, and North Carolina, local water systems have been contaminated with toxic chemicals called PFAS, which stands for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances.

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United Tobacco, Le Bleu to add 21 jobs in county

Article by By Olivia Neeley, The Wilson Times

Two Wilson companies will add several new full-time jobs each, a combined investment of more than $6 million, according to officials.

That announcement came after Jennifer Lantz, Wilson Economic Development executive director, formally asked county commissioners Monday evening for a public hearing regarding incentive packages for Le Bleu water and United Tobacco Co.

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Boil-water order issued for Franklin County utility customers, Henderson

Article by Ron Gallagher, The News & Observer

HENDERSON – The City of Henderson and the Franklin County Public Utilities Department on Tuesday were ordering customers to boil their water before drinking it or using it to cook or make ice.

The county agency gets its water from Henderson, and that system has low pressure because of problems with pumps at the Kerr Lake Regional Water Plant, the city said in a statement posted on its website.

The problem began on Monday, officials said.

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Is CFPUA Drinking Water Tainted?

Article by Vince Winkel, WHQR

The StarNews has broken a story about a potentially-cancer-causing chemical in southeastern North Carolina’s drinking water supply. According to a piece published by Vaughan Hagerty at starnewsonline.com, a chemical replacement for a key ingredient in Teflon linked to cancer and a host of other ailments has been found in the drinking water system of the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority.

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