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Quench customers typically save up to 50% versus traditional water delivery. And they don't have the hassles of storing and lifting bottles!
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A Quench machine uses advanced filtration technologies to deliver clean, great-tasting water for your workplace!
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Nashville Drinking Water Quality: Yesterday
The first settlers of Nashville chose the site for Fort Nashboro because of the abundant availability of pure water from a local spring. As the city grew, water was pumped to a reservoir in the public square through hollowed locust and cedar logs, but in 1829 a fire destroyed the water distribution system. The infrastructure was rebuilt using cast iron pipes and satisfied the area’s needs until the rapid population growth during the Civil War created much more demand for drinking water. In response to several cholera outbreaks in 1878, city engineers installed a island filtering gallery at the mouth of Brown’s Creek to reduce the amount of waterborne bacteria in the drinking water by physically removing the mud and other contaminants in the water.
The City Reservoir, later known as the 8th Avenue Reservoir, was constructed as a settling basin, allowing mud to settle out of the river before distributing the water. To improve the color and taste of the drinking water, Nashville city officials started to add sulphate of alumina to help the naturally muddy river water to coagulate the smaller particles into larger, heavier pieces that would settle at the bottom of the reservoir. The Omohundro Water Treatment Plant was constructed in 1929 to help combat the water quality issues from using a settling basin.
Learn more about Nashville’s drinking water history by watching the video below:
Nashville Drinking Water Quality: Today
Both the 8th Avenue Reservoir and Omohundro Water Treatment Plant, which are listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, and are still in use today! Like many older American cities, Nashville still has cast iron pipes in use. Cast iron pipes, particularly older cast iron pipes, are susceptible to corrosion and biofilm contamination from chemical reactions. These reactions can create clusters of deterioration and bacteria that can break off and travel with the drinking water, resulting in cloudy, off-tasting water.
Quench Water Coolers – A Better Drinking Water System for Nashville
No need to worry about what your office’s drinking water might have picked up on its journey to your glass. Quench offers a full complement of filtration and purification technologies to remove sediment, reduce chemical contaminants, including lead, and get rid of off-tastes and odors. That’s how 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.
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Serving The Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Columbia Metro
Proudly providing businesses with clean, crisp water in the counties of Cannon, Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Hickman, Macon, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale, Williamson, and Wilson.
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! Bay Area Regional Medical Center
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The Quench technician was a true pro: he picked an ideal location in the break room, hooked it into our copper water line and remarkably concealed it under the wall. Just an all around great experience! Kevin M. Fox, Capstone Insurance Group