Remove the toxins with point-of-use water dispensers

Everyone knows that consuming eight glasses of water a day is important in maintaining a healthy body and mind. However, fewer individuals realize that the source of the water they drink may actually cause more harm than good.

Drinking from the tap has its fair share of hazards. There are possible bacteria and germs living in the pipes, which transfer to the water as it pours out. Using plastic water bottles aren't any better, as most manufacturers have more lenient purification standards than water treatment plants. This catch-22 makes it hard for consumers to get the proper amount of water each day without the harmful effects seen through the tap and disposable bottles.

According to AllAboutWater.org, the only way to ensure pure, contaminant-free drinking water is through a point-of-use filtration system.

Quench offers a wide array of bottleless water coolers that tap into a building's main water system, filter out bacteria with ultraviolet light and regulate water temperature. Consumers who switch to point-of-use water dispensers can regularly drink the appropriate amount of water without the invisible toxins. Quench water coolers work 24 hours a day, seven days a week to filter tap water to a healthy state.

However, using point-of-use water coolers to fill disposable plastic bottles can be harmful, too. When switching to more efficient Quench water coolers, consumers may want to consider investing in a BPA-free reusable water bottle. These containers are eco-friendly and don't wear down over time. Quench is a big supporter of greener practices in and out of the home, starting with clean, BPA-free water.

Begin to live a healthier life by putting down the disposable water bottle and picking up a glass of refreshing water filtered through a Quench water cooler today. 

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