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10 Tips on Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

10 Tips for Keeping Your New Year's Resolutions

We are halfway through 2016! Have you been keeping up with your New Year’s resolution? As celebration of the half-way New Year, we have gathered 10 tips on how drinking more water can help you jumpstart any New Year’s resolution. Here are 10 tips to help you keep your New Year’s Resolutions: Lose Weight – […] Continue Reading

How a Deionized Water System Can Improve Your Dental Office’s Operations

Woman wearing mask in dental office

Last updated: 10/20/20 Dental practices need a reliable source of clean, filtered water for delivering great care. Improperly treated water running through dental unit waterlines could put your dental units at risk of developing harmful bacteria, which could spell trouble for patients. To avoid a build-up of harmful microorganisms and to keep doctor’s patients as […] Continue Reading

Join the Battle to Reduce Water Bottles and End Plastic Waste!

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Last Updated: 9/15/2020 Experts believe the world’s plastic binge is as serious a threat as climate change. Eliminating our need for unnecessary containers like disposable water bottles can significantly reduce the plastic waste jeopardizing oceans, coastlines, and other environments. If you think about the fact that it takes a plastic bottle an estimated 500 years to […] Continue Reading

Drinking Water Fountains: The New Phone Booth

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Drinking fountain, water fountain, or bubbler – public access to drinking water was once a revered feature of public life, now they are fading from America’s parks, schools, and stadiums. Jim Salzman, author of Drinking Water: A History, says they’re “going the way of pay phones.” Even the International Plumbing Code, which is followed by […] Continue Reading

Don’t Drink Water From Warm Plastic Bottles

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Last updated: 8/16/2021 Scientists from Nanjing University in China and the University of Florida conducted a study on the effects of storing bottled water at 3 different temperatures: 39°F, 77°F, and 158°F to mimic the temperatures of a refrigerator, a standard room, and the inside of a car on a hot summer day. The researchers then checked the […] Continue Reading

Why Water from a Quench Bottleless Water Cooler Tastes So Good

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Last Updated: 8/6/2020 Quench Water Experts take pride in our ability to deliver great-tasting water to the masses from our bottleless water coolers. Yet, to some, great-tasting water sounds like an oxymoron. H2O is H2O, right? In fact, water is famous for being rather plain and bland. However, if you stop to smell the roses […] Continue Reading

Blue-Green Algae Can Cause An Unpleasant Taste

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Some residents in South Carolina have recently noticed a displeasing change in the smell and taste of their tap water. Water officials believe the change in smell and taste is caused by the presence of blue-green algae in Hartwell Lake, a main water source for thousands of people. Blue-green algae, also known as pond scum, […] Continue Reading

Top Five Signs of Wintertime Dehydration

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Dehydration is often considered only an issue during the summertime, when in fact it is much easier to become dehydrated in the winter and with more serious consequences! Factors like dry air, cooler temperatures, and wind chill contribute to dehydration in the winter time. When we breathe in the colder, drier air of the winter, […] Continue Reading

Is Fluoride in Drinking Water Good or Bad?

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Last Updated: 9/1/2020 For several years, the topic of adding fluoride in drinking water supplies has been largely controversial. There are many people who have long supported the potential health benefits of fluoride in drinking water. While others have expressed their opposition to what they consider forced medication by the government, and some have even […] Continue Reading