Quench Water Experts

The Break Room of Now

A futuristic breakroom

The year is 2002: In a dimly-lit, cluttered room with tattered, unsupportive chairs and a lone, wobbly table; an employee gets a drink from the 5-gallon water cooler and scuttles back to their cubicle with their microwaved lunch. Fast forward to today, companies tour their well-lit, open spaces with plush sofas and copious snacks and […] Continue Reading

What’s Next for Quench: A Letter from Our CEO

Tony Ibarguen, Quench CEO, bio headshot

Quench and AquaVenture Holdings’ mission of providing sustainable, clean drinking water to people around the world is driven by two big challenges: Unprecedented problems from plastic pollution, natural resource depletion, and climate change, and Increasing awareness of the dangers of putting unhealthy contaminants and chemicals into our bodies. We applaud consumer products companies for working […] Continue Reading

What’s in Your Water: Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) in Drinking Water

A woman drinking a fresh cup of water

One thing we can probably all agree on is that we prefer drinking clean water, not only for health reasons, but also for taste (and smell). Although what constitutes clean water seems simple, it can be murky. There are minerals, contaminants, and sediments that contribute to water’s color, odor, and flavor. But how do you […] Continue Reading

What is Reverse Osmosis and How Does it Work?

A woman holding a glass of water

You have probably heard bottled water brands like Aquafina®, Dasani®, and Nestle® Pure Life® boast that their bottled water is filtered with reverse osmosis – but do you know what reverse osmosis is or how it works? Probably not. It’s because they don’t talk about it… because they think it’s complicated. But here at Quench, […] Continue Reading

What Is Alkaline Water and What Are the Benefits?

A woman holding a glass of still water

It’s no secret that drinking the recommended eight glasses of water a day is good for your health. As studies suggest, staying hydrated can improve your productivity, mood, memory, energy level, and clarity. But what if we told you that there’s something you can drink that will not only hydrate you faster and longer than […] Continue Reading

6 Ways to Celebrate World Water Week 2019

World Water Week 2019

August is the time of year when many people are trying to squeeze in their last bits of summer fun, and a lot of those activities involve water – the beach, the swimming pool, sprinklers, kayaking, canoeing, and rafting, to name a few! That’s why August makes for the perfect time to honor water. Sunday, […] Continue Reading

quenchWATER+ Now Available with Q-Series Bottleless Water Coolers

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For over 20 years, Quench has been providing sustainable drinking water solutions to more than 50,000 businesses across the country. In that time, we have learned that no two businesses are alike, and neither are their office water needs. That’s why Quench has a dedicated team of water experts who analyze the local drinking water […] Continue Reading

The Battle of the Break Room: Still vs. Sparkling Water

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Water is the essential to a break room – it can be used to hydrate, regulate body temperature, and prevent kidney damage. How about the new trend in water, sparkling water? When matched up with the benefits of soda, it is no surprise that sparkling water would win every time. But what will happen when […] Continue Reading

Sparkling Water Is Fizzing Up

A glass of sparkling water with a lemon slice

Staying hydrated is the key to feeling good all day. Research shows that drinking water can improve your productivity, energy level, and mood. But quenching your thirst no longer means drinking still water. People are obsessing over the bubbly water trend – and no, we are not talking about a soft drink. Sparkling water is […] Continue Reading

6 Tips to Upgrade Your Water and Crush Your Hydration Goals

Two glasses of sparkling water with fruit in them

Have you ever struggled with drinking the recommended eight glasses of water a day but have no problem finishing three cups of coffee, a pint of iced tea, and a large soft drink? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Nearly 80% of Americans say they don’t drink enough water, many citing they just don’t like the […] Continue Reading