Pickup of Watt-Ahh at AquaNew Fulfillment Center Now Available By Appointment

AquaNew Fulfillment Center is located within the Paleo Park of Commerce off Fruitville Road, approximately 3 miles east of I-75 (Exit 210) in Sarasota, FL (address is 8120 Uzita Drive, Sarasota, FL. 34240, phone number 1-941-923-8972). We offer the following pickup hours of Watt-Ahh bottled water by appointment.

Hours of Pickup

Tuesdays between 10 am and 2 pm (closed for lunch between noon and 1 pm unless we know the day before about your pickup time during lunch hour)

Fridays between 10 am and 2 pm (closed for lunch between noon and 1 pm unless we know the day before about your pickup time during lunch hour)

Payment Required Prior to Pickup

Payment for all orders go through AquaNew’s corporate office (different location) before pickup (neither cash nor payment is handled at the fulfillment center). If you have an account with a major credit card on record, please email us at dana@aquanew.com or call 1-941-923-8972 to place your order. If you would like to open an account, please contact us. We request all orders to be placed no later than noon the day before pickup.

Activation of New Policies for Local Deliveries in Southwest Florida

Since early 2020, we have notified our Southwest Florida customers of upcoming changes to our free weekly local deliveries. We appreciate the customers who have changed their delivery frequency and volume according to these new policies.

Here are our new policies in continuing free local deliveries:

  • We will continue deliveries to stores, offices and clinics with a minimum order of a total of 2 cases (either bottle size).
  • We no longer accept new residential delivery accounts except for new customers who order 8 cases or more.
  • We will continue current residential delivery accounts including those less than 8 cases until we announce that the AquaNew Fulfillment Center is fully open to the public. In the interim, we encourage our current customers to think about ordering a higher number of cases to reduce the frequency of deliveries.