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Reusable Plastic Water Bottles in the Workplace — A Refreshing Change in Water Bottle Culture

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This article was last updated on 8/3/2022 It’s no secret that single-use plastic water bottles are major contributors to the global pollution problem, but it’s critical to understand just how significant this issue is becoming. According to the UN Environment Programme, not only are one million plastic drinking bottles purchased every minute, but half of […] Continue Reading

Bottleless Water Cooler Buyer’s Guide: A 3-4-5 Playbook

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Deciding which bottleless water cooler to buy can be difficult, especially when there are countless options of water and ice types, machine styles, and capacity. This document will help you determine which kind of bottleless water cooler makes sense for your business. It outlines the three common challenges in drinking water, four benefits of bottleless […] Continue Reading

Why Does My Water Look Yellow?

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Yellow colorization in water is mostly caused by small amounts of rust. But don’t worry! It sounds scarier than it is. Rust is simply the result of iron and oxygen combining. So, when iron and oxygen combine in your water system, it often turns your tap water yellow. What Causes My Water To Look Yellow? […] Continue Reading

Join the Movement – Earth Day 2019: Protect Our Species

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Each year, more than 193 countries around the world celebrate Earth Day on April 22. This year, the Earth Day Network is focusing its efforts on the Protect Our Species campaign. Our planet has millions of species that we know and love, but unfortunately, many of them are experiencing a rapid population decline caused by […] Continue Reading

Troubling News About Bottled Water

Did you hear the troubling news about bottled water?

Bottled water drinkers might be drinking plastic! A recently released study from the State University of New York at Fredonia and the non-profit journalism organization Orb Media tested 259 water bottles from 11 international brands, including Nestle Pure Life, Aquafina, Dasani, and San Pellegrino for the presence of plastic particles in the water. They found […] Continue Reading

POU Water Cooler vs. 5 Gallon Water Dispenser

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Last Updated: 8/6/2020 A point of use (POU) water cooler differs greatly from its 5 gallon water dispenser predecessors in that the water is filtered on-site, right within the filtered water cooler itself. Water in a 5-gallon jug, on the other hand, is pre-filtered and bottled at an off-site manufacturing plant then delivered to a home or […] Continue Reading

Then & Now: The Evolution of Bottled Water Delivery

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Last updated: 11/18/2020 Water is one of the most abundant resources on our planet. And if you’re lucky enough to live in a part of the world that offers publicly treated water from the tap, you can access the clear liquid from virtually any building with indoor plumbing. Despite its ubiquity, water is a hot […] Continue Reading

What You Get with a Quench Water Dispenser

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For 20 years, Quench has been the water expert that 40,000 customers, including over half of the Fortune 500, rely on to provide the best quality water to their employees, customers, and visitors. A Quench filtered water dispenser will provide an virtually endless supply of fresh, drinking water free of sediment, chemicals, bacteria, viruses, off-tastes, […] Continue Reading

4 Reasons to Make Quench Your Office Coffee Service Provider

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Last Updated: 8/6/2020 Offering your workforce tap water is table stakes. Level up with a commercial coffee machine. The extra caffeine boost can help kickstart your employees’ mornings and motivate them to take on project after project with enthusiasm. Plus, providing endless free coffee eliminates the need for individuals on your team to spend money […] Continue Reading