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Is Fridge Water Filtered? — The Dangers of Refrigerator Water Filters

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Access to filtered, clean water is essential to support our health and well-being while simultaneously providing other valuable benefits as a result. However, while many rely on a refrigerator water filter with built-in technology, its level of effectiveness can vary. Moreover, the water quality of bottled water solutions might not be high enough to meet […] Continue Reading

The Problem With Plastic — BPA Risks and Myths

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It’s within your water bottles, food containers, and more. What are we talking about? It’s Bisphenol A — more commonly known as “BPA” — a synthetic compound used to make a variety of common consumer goods. BPA makes for a sturdy, clear polycarbonate plastic that’s cheap and very effective. It might be in your cupboards […] Continue Reading

Promoting Hydration in the Workplace

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While most people are aware that water is essential for our health and well-being, staying hydrated may not always be front of mind in a busy work environment.  In fact, a Quench study on hydration in the workplace found that despite 72% of employees stating that good hydration at work was important, over a quarter […] Continue Reading

Running Dry: 7 Water-Saving Tips for the Workplace

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The United States has experienced many fluctuations in weather throughout the years. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, states like Montana, Oregon, California, Nevada, Utah, Nebraska, Kansas, and Texas are experiencing extreme or exceptional drought conditions. A drought is a period of abnormally low rainfall, which causes reduced soil moisture, diminished river flow, damage to […] Continue Reading

Switching to Bottleless Drinking Water Solutions — Which Water Cooler Is Best for Your Business?

man dispensing hot and cold water dispenser

Workplaces and organizations are responsible for ensuring the safety and welfare of their employees, guests, and customers, and providing drinking water is a key factor in achieving this. In fact, offering a healthy and safe water supply is a primary regulation of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which ultimately helps maintain the optimal […] Continue Reading

Where Does Drinking Water Come From?


Americans drink more than 1 billion glasses of drinking water per day, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). And, while adults are drinking more water than before, we often take this colorless, odorless, and essential liquid for granted. The United States Geological Society (USGS) notes water composes 60% of our bodies — ensuring the proper functioning of our […] Continue Reading