Sample Essay on Water Bottle Industry

Water Bottle Industry

A water bottle company faces many challenges especially in the acquisition and handling of water and bottles. The cause and effect of water and bottle defects will be outlined in this essay.

Cause and Effect Diagram for Bottle Defects

 

 

Machines

 

 

Mismanagement

 

Quality

 

 

Hygiene

 

 

 

Availability

 

 

Dust

 

 

Lack of motivation

 

 

Non units conforming

 

 

Authoritative

 

Temperature

 

 

Weighing machine

 

Humidity

 

 

Quality

 

Labeling

 

 

Working environment

 

Transformative

 

Location

 

Inspection

 

 

Temperature

 

 

Management

 

In the figure above, the cause for bottles defects includes mismanagement of machines, uncontrolled temperatures, poor material and impurities in manufacture of bottles and the lack of concentration by machine operators. These causes have an effect on the outcome that is sometime undesirable and may lead to losses. The effects include leakages, infection to human beings through consumption, pollution to the environment and business losses due to spillage.  Thus, a lot of cares need to be observed during manufacturing (Standop, Michely & Morgenstern, 2013).

Cause and Effect Diagram for Water Defects

 

Water Contents

 

 

Temperature

 

 

Unskilled

 

Humidity

 

 

Reservoir Size

 

Availability

 

Temperature

 

 

Inspection

 

 

Labor

 

From the above diagram, the causes and effects of water defects are outlined. They include contamination, leakages, personal hygiene, temperature, humidity, water level, storage facilities, surrounding environment and water management system. In the event the management of water towers is faulty, contamination of water is deemed to take place hence affecting the quality of items produced. The associated effects will be low-quality products, unhygienic products, complication to people’s lives and poor business operation (Szewczyk, Zieliski & Kaliczyska, 2015).

References

Standop, S., Michely, T., & Morgenstern, M. (2013). Water Adsorption and Ion Induced Defect Formation: A Comparative Study of Graphene and Noble Metal Surfaces. Köln: Universitäts- und Stadtbibliothek Köln.

Szewczyk, R., Zielinski, C., & Kaliczynska, M. (2015). Progress in Automation, Robotics and Measuring Techniques: Volume 3 Measuring Techniques and Systems.