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Water and your workforce: Five steps toward a healthier team

Savvy employers realize that employees who stay hydrated are healthier and more productive. Workers who routinely get their recommended daily intake o...

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Planning for 2017: Three Areas That Deserve Your Focus

2017 is finally here, and it’s time to make a few New Years’ resolutions. What goals do you have for your business? Here are three things ...

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The 2017 Workplace: An Emphasis on Employee Well-being

At the end of a year many companies typically like to do two things – reflect and predict. Many businesses will analyze the past year to see whe...

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Flu Season has arrived…Is Your Office Prepared?

October marked the traditional start of flu season. According to SHRM, nearly 111 million workdays are lost due to influenza annually. For employers, ...

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Trouble Is Brewing At Your Office…Literally

At Pure Water Technology, we are known for delivering and servicing the most advanced drinking water systems for your office. Not only have we develop...

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The World’s “Best” Cup of Joe: Cream, Sugar, and Sediment

What determines the world’s best cup of coffee? Is it the atmosphere? Where the beans were grown? The scent of the grounds? Surprise – a l...

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Pure Water Technology® Opens Chambersburg Office to Support Growing Customer Base

Additional location will provide faster, more responsive service to new and existing customers in Chambersburg and surrounding areas

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Health, Heat, Hydration

Did you know that workplace accidents increase by 30% in the summertime? The hot sun may feel great while laying poolside or at the beach, but excessi...

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Whatcha Drinking? How Healthy is the Water at Work? Why Does it Matter?

Bottled water systems, filtration systems, and water fountains, are “good” in the fact that they hydrate us, but it’s still possible...

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Hydration and the Workplace: The relationship between water and performance

Just 1% of dehydration can reduce employee productivity by as much as 12%. Consider the fact that up to 80% of the U.S. workforce is under hydrated ev...

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