The Importance of Staying Hydrated While You Work

Posted on: June 22, 2020
Woman Holding a Glass of Water

Summer is here! Keep those white sandy beach weekends and backyard barbecues coming! The dog days will be here before you know it. And if you don’t fully understand the importance of staying hydrated, it’s possible you won’t prioritize hydration in the workplace. Water is Continue Reading

Q&A: Quench’s VP of Customer Care & Operations Explains the Importance of Effective Customer Service in Today’s Economy

Posted on: June 1, 2020
Debbie Romano VP of Customer Care & Operations

An abrupt shift in societal norms due to the coronavirus pandemic has many businesses dealing with economic whiplash. The health crisis is forcing industries around the world to quickly pivot. Now may also be the time to focus on improving operations that are already in Continue Reading

5 Best Eco-Friendly Gifts for the Workplace

Posted on: December 16, 2019
People exchanging gifts in the workplace.

Another year has passed, which means another holiday season is upon us. It’s time for family gatherings, festive parties, and gift giving. Although it’s the most wonderful time of the year, it can also be the most stressful. Trying to decide what presents to give Continue Reading

A Gift the Entire Office Can Enjoy

Posted on: December 11, 2019
A woman celebrating the holidays at her desk.

The holiday season is a great time to give thanks to people you care about and those who have supported you throughout the year. As you gather with friends and family, you may exchange holiday gifts, cards, and/or mementos… but what about your employees? It’s Continue Reading

How to Eliminate Plastic Water Bottles in the Workplace

Posted on: December 4, 2019
Woman standing in an office space.

Plastic pollution is an ever-increasing global issue and one of the world’s key environmental challenges. As we become more educated about the plastic pollution problem, corporations to individuals try harder to come up with a solution. Recycling has been the go-to answer. However, less than Continue Reading

3 Benefits of Having a Top-Notch Break Room

Posted on: October 24, 2019
A well lit, modern break room.

Break rooms are an important part of any business. Dedicating an area in the workplace for employees to revive their energy isn’t just good for the staff, it’s also great for the company. Aside from employees enjoying a cup of coffee or eating lunch, the Continue Reading

The Break Room of Now

Posted on: October 15, 2019
Futuristic break room

The year is 2002: In a dimly-lit, cluttered room with tattered, unsupportive chairs and a lone, wobbly table; an employee gets a drink from the 5-gallon water cooler and scuttles back to their cubicle with their microwaved lunch. Fast forward to today, companies tour their Continue Reading

What’s Next for Quench: A Letter from Our CEO

Posted on: October 8, 2019
Tony Ibarguen, Quench CEO

Quench and AquaVenture Holdings’ mission of providing sustainable, clean drinking water to people around the world is driven by two big challenges: Unprecedented problems from plastic pollution, natural resource depletion, and climate change, andIncreasing awareness of the dangers of putting unhealthy contaminants and chemicals into Continue Reading

The Changing Tide in Water Bottle Culture

Posted on: June 11, 2019
Woman drinking out of reusable water bottle - Quench Water

It is no secret that single-use plastic water bottles are major contributors to the global pollution problem. Over the years, as plastic pollution awareness grows so do the eco-friendly solutions. One of the market’s biggest eco-friendly solutions is the production of reusable water bottles. These Continue Reading

A Shift in Water Bottle Culture

Posted on: July 13, 2017
Several reusable water bottles on a table

How many water bottles do you think you drink weekly? Research states that in the U.S. the average person downs about 31.8 gallons of bottled water each year. Many people feel water bottles are convenient and cleaner than tap water. However, that is not true. Continue Reading