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Baltimore was founded in 1729, nearly 50 years before the United States gained its independence. Already a thriving community along the Patapsco River, early settlers and natives sourced their Baltimore drinking water directly from local wells, streams, ponds, and springs.
As Baltimore grew, so too did its need for quality drinking water. In the early 1800s, The Baltimore Water Company set to work on the city’s water infrastructure. The company, which became municipal in 1854, organized its first distribution system and the first reservoir at the corner of Center and Calvert Streets, receiving water from Jones Falls.
The construction of the Lake Roland Dam and Reservoir and the development of mains and conduits further expanded the Jones Falls water supply. Recurring droughts during the 1870s and 1880s led to even larger expansion: The Water Department completed Lake Chapman (now Druid Lake) in 1865, a dam at Gunpowder Falls, as well as the Druid Hill and Loch Raven Reservoirs.
In the early 1900s, mounting public health concerns drove Baltimore to build a filtration plant at Lake Montebello. The plant began chlorinating, which vastly improved Baltimore water quality. However, the original indoor filters, which remain in use, are beginning to show their age.
Today, Baltimore drinking water comes from surface water from rainfall and snowmelt as its water source. This water, approximately 75 billion gallons at available capacity, is collected and stored in the City’s Liberty, Loch Raven, and Prettyboy reservoirs.
According to a recent report on Baltimore water quality, The Department of Public Works complies with EPA standards. However, open reservoirs and water sources, like in many of the country’s earliest cities, are susceptible to contamination, and residents complain of an earthy taste or musty odor in Baltimore tap water.
Also like many older cities, most of Baltimore’s water mains and water infrastructure are cast iron pipes, the industry standard until the mid-1960s. Older cast iron pipes are prone to clusters of corrosion and bacteria along the inside of the pipe. Sometimes these clusters break off and travel with your water to your faucet, resulting in water cloudiness, red water, and off-taste.
Concerned about the corrosion and bacteria that may have seeped into your local Baltimore drinking water as it traveled through old cast iron pipes? We are too, and that’s why we’re here to help. Quench offers a full complement of water filtration and sanitization technologies to remove sediment and bacteria, reduce chemical contaminants, including lead, and get rid of off-tastes and odors. Depending on your local water quality, your Quench Water Expert may recommend our NSF-certified carbon filtration, which works great for water with TDS (total dissolved solids) levels under 250 ppm (parts per million) or our NSF-certified reverse osmosis (RO) filtration, which is the gold standard for water with TDS levels over 250 ppm. By creating a customized water filtration solution and tailoring your installation and service needs for your business, we can guarantee that Quench office water coolers produce crisp, clean, great-tasting water – and at a fraction of the price of bottled water delivery services. Go bottle free with Quench and you will save time, money, and the environment, plus you will have better tasting and safer drinking water!
I want to thank the team at Quench for the quick, professional installation of our new water system. You and your installation team made the process very simple and timely from start to finish. I highly recommend your product as an alternative to water bottles!
Quench’s dedicated customer team stands behind every installation. You’ll always find a well-trained, friendly human at the other end of the phone, and all service is performed by insured, certified Quench-badged technicians. Our customer service promise includes proactive preventive maintenance, filter changes, and all service and support. We worry about your drinking water, so you don’t have to.
Proudly providing businesses with clean, filtered drinking water in all the greater Baltimore Area neighborhoods, including Arlington, Cheswolde, Liberty Square, Windsor Hills, Barclay, Cold Spring, Guilford, Keswick, Mount Washington, The Orchards, Roland Park, Waverly, Woodbourne-Heights, Wyndhurst, Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello, Hamilton, Morgan Park, Lexington, Rosemont, Bolton Hill, Inner Harbor, Seton Hill, and Old Town.
For over 20 years, Quench has focused exclusively on providing businesses with the highest quality filtered water. This commitment to doing one thing well has made us the trusted water authority for over 50% of the Fortune 500. We offer the best bottleless water coolers, ice machines, sparkling water dispensers, and coffee brewers to fit any workplace. No matter your location, company size, or industry, we have a filtered water solution that is right for you!
Employees and visitors to your workplace expect a seamless transition from their home life to work life. Keeping everyone happy and healthy is keeping them hydrated. Quench has multiple hydration solutions for workplaces and facilities of any size – campuses, professional offices, healthcare facilities, manufacturing plants, and all workplaces in between.
These hydration solutions include:
For safety and the best tasting water, we offer a full suite of advanced water purification and sanitation technologies, including the amazing new filtration technology that produces quenchWATER+ – our proprietary electrolyte and mineral infused drinking water is designed for the workplace that demands healthy and great tasting water.
When it comes to cost and service, our bottle free hydration solutions provide most customers with savings of up to 50% versus their previous water delivery. And as for service, we have a national reach and a local presence. We can take care of it all. Our hydration solutions are installed by experts and regularly maintained by Quench-badged technicians at no additional cost to you.
You’ll have no more concerns about running out, switching out water jugs or finding storage space. And it’s easy doing business with Quench. We are a one stop for all office drinking water needs. We customize hydration solutions for workplaces of all sizes and in any location. To find out more about why small businesses, top hospitals, large cable providers, nationwide distributors, and over half of the fortune 500 organizations across the continent use our solutions, speak to your local Quench representative or visit our website at QuenchWater.com.