Quench: The Cleaner, Greener, More Affordable Water Cooler for Seattle
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Serving the Greater Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue Area and surrounding counties
Cut Water Costs
Quench customers typically save up to 50% versus traditional water delivery. And they don't have the hassles of storing and lifting bottles!
Drink Cleaner Water
A Quench machine uses advanced filtration technologies to deliver clean, great-tasting water for your workplace!
Reduce your environmental footprint: stop adding plastic jugs to landfills and relying on gas-guzzling delivery trucks by switching to Quench!
A Few of Our 50,000+ Customers
Seattle Water Quality: Yesterday
Early settlers of Seattle built Seattle’s first drinking water distribution system using open wooden flumes to pull water from Lake Washington. By the 1880s, private companies were developing more extensive systems to pump water from Lake Washington and Lake Union to small reservoirs and tanks in the growing city. However, The Great Fire of 1889 proved that these sources were inadequate to provide enough water for homes, businesses, and fire fighting. Seattle residents voted overwhelmingly to build a system connected with the Cedar River, but it took more than a decade of legal wrangling to accomplish. Two new reservoirs, Volunteer and Lincoln (now Cal Anderson), were built to store water from the Cedar River. Seattle grew rapidly as tens of thousands of visitors and residents came to Seattle from the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in 1909. In response, city engineers constructed a larger pipeline from the Cedar River to triple the system’s delivery capacity. Seattle now had “surplus” water to be stored so in the 1910s the Masonry Dam was built. City engineers continued to construct pipelines and storage reservoirs, including the Bow Lake Reservoir, South Fork Dam, and Lake Forest Park Reservoir, to store the surplus water from the Cascades. In the late 1970s, city planners began to cover the open reservoirs to enhance water quality, reduce water loss from evaporation, and improve security.
Seattle Water Quality: Today
Seattle’s water system supplies about 140 million gallons of water per day to about 1.4 million people in the Seattle area. Open reservoirs and open water sources, like Seattle’s, are open to runoff from urban, suburban, and agricultural areas, exposing the water to chemical contaminants, sediment, and microbial contaminants. Many residents complain of earthy or musty taste or odor with their water which can be contributed to algae blooms from fertilizer runoff boosting algae growth.
Quench Water Coolers – A Better Drinking Water System for Seattle
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. 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 Greater Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue Area and Surrounding Counties
Proudly providing businesses with clean, crisp water in King, Snohomish, and Pierce counties
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
The number one goal that we had was sustainability. To have a common place where everyone can come get fresh, clean water. We couldn’t find a better opportunity than Quench. Zev Ziegler, Kind Healthy Snacks
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