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Published on April 25th, 2013 | by Guest Contributor

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A Healthy, Eco-Friendly Way to Ditch Bottled Water

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In case you have not yet heard, bottled water is an ecological disaster! All those fossil fuels, all that toxciity, and all the waste. Ick. And of course we all know it’s super important to keep your body hydrated and feeling good, but what about all those chemicals leeching into our groundwater?

The best way to hydrate your body is with water that has been filtered to eliminate common contaminants in our drinking water: chlorine, atrazine, and more. Unless you live near a mountain stream, this type of water in bottles. But if you are looking for a way to ditch the bottled water and still ensure that you get healthy, filtered water, consider investing in a water cooler that purifies your water as needed. The Quench company offers free standing and countertop versions of water purification and dispensing systems that features a layered carbon filter and optional reverse osmosis. This cleans out gunk from your water supply, and helps you save 300 to 2,100 5-gallon plastic water jugs annually. The Quench water systems use the full array of purification technologies to remove bacteria, viruses, parasites, toxins, and bad taste, and claim to be the only ones in the industry who do so.

Their seriously awesome purification system includes they use include UV sanitization, 5 stage carbon filtration, reverse osmosis, BioCote anti-microbial protection, food-grade tubing and stainless steel tanks to create delicious, pure hydration. Having a water cooler in your home or office allows you to keep your body hydrated and happy and keep all those plastic water bottles from being purchased!

This post was sponsored by Quench, a provider of bottleless water coolers for your home and office. Check them out and see if their solutions are a good fit for your home and/or office.



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  • http://www.gogreenacademy.com Mauro

    So does Green Living Ideas fully support the “seriously awesome” purification by Quench? Most tap water is good enough as it is. At worst use a filter.

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