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Thames Water & Mayor of London
Sole supplier of the 100 drinking fountains across London. Working with the global partner Elkay, specialist stainless steel units were chosen which are WRAS-approved (Water Regulation Advisory Scheme) and meet strict water authority guidelines. The units are also vandal resistant and outdoor ...
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Scottish Water
Successfully supplied 35 outdoor drinking fountains and bottle refill stations to be installed across Scotland. Each unit was branded with the organisation’s bespoke livery and, Scottish Water adapted to feature tracking devices to monitor each fillers use. All units supplied were WRAS approve...
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Transport for London
Installed bottle fillers and drinking fountains across the TfL network, including some of the UK’s busiest stations: Waterloo, Imperial Wharf and Cannon Street Station. Being sited in very busy public spaces, the drinking equipment installed are durable and vandal-proof, also easy to use and a...
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The Charter School North Dulwich
Installed 12 indoor bottle refill stations to keep students hydrated and help achieve the school's goal of removing single-use plastics from the school grounds by 2021. Vandal-resistant Halsey Taylor bottle filling model was chosen to answer all of the school’s needs: integrated filtration wou...
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London Gatwick Airport
Successful installation of sports bottle refill stations for use by passenger both land and air side. The units chosen are robust and able to withstand a large footfall and capable of rapid sports bottle filling. The machines we provided were WRAS and CE approved, wheelchair accessible and van...
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Cardiff and Vale College
Provide high capacity BREEAM & WRAS approved sports bottle refill stations for their brand new impressive £45m campus in the heart of Cardiff city centre. Successful installation of 13 bottle refill stations, branded to the college’s bespoke directions, was completed. The units are robust, cap...
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University of Chester
Successful installation of WRAS approved, durable and sustainable 30 units throughout a two-year programme to help the university reduce single-use plastics on site and provided students and staff with alternative hydration solutions. The units installed have been designed for fast-paced or hi...
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Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club
Provide a range of outdoor and indoor bottle refill stations and drinking fountains to providing hydration options for visitors and staff. The site receives in excess of 39,000 visitors daily during the Wimbledon tennis grand slam tournament, so the machines had to be durable, weather and vand...
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ZSL London Zoo
We worked with ZSL London Zoo on successful installation of WRAS approved, outdoor, stainless steel bottle refill stations. These stations were chosen to help combat plastic waste left on site by the visitors and staff and provide them with a convenient, clean and practical place to refill the...
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Heathrow International Airport
Engaged with Heathrow's management team to build upon the current offering of water fountains and help to reduce the amount of single-use plastic bottles used on site, with the introduction of a series of drinking fountains with integrated bottle filling stations. The bottle refill stations an...
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Liverpool Street Station
Installation of Liverpool Street Station’s WRAS approved robust bottle filling stations to provide passengers with an alternative hydration solutions when travelling. The drinking fountains installed are quick and easy to use in order to cope with the high volume of station passengers (66 mill...
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Old Trafford Cricket Ground
The aim of Manchester’s Old Trafford Cricket – home of Lancashire Cricket Club, was to reduce waste plastic while providing an additional service for visitors. We successfully managed installation of nine outdoor bottle refill stations and two indoor units. These drinking fountains cater for a...
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Bedford Modern School
A successful roll out of 10 bottle refill stations with drinking fountains across the school to help reduce single-use plastics on site and provide hydration to students and staff. We recommended the installation of WRAS-approved Halsey Taylor chilled indoor unit that are also ADA (Americans w...
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Natural History Museum
Worked with the Museum's team to determine the best option for their drinking fountain and a wall mounted censor operated Elkay bottle filling station was chosen. Successfully completed an installation of this high capacity bottle refill station to help hydrate visitors and help reduce plastic...
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The Environment Agency
Successful installation of a high capacity bottle refill station for colleagues and visitors at the Environment Agency's offices helping keep everyone hydrated and promote refill culture and avoid plastic waste. The drinking fountain installed has rapid bottle filling technology, is simple to ...
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Wembley Football Stadium
Supplied 30 high quality WRAS-approved indoor and outdoor drinking fountains and bottle refill stations for the largest sporting ground in the country, attracting around 3 million visitors every year. All drinking fountains installed meet strict water authority guidelines (are WRAS approved), ...
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Bank of England
Engaging with the customer to determine the most suitable hydration solutions for their staff and visitors that would have a capacity to dispense a large amount of water and fill large number of water bottles. Consultation, providing all technical information needed and then successful install...
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Bournemouth University
Successful installation of WRAS approved high capacity Halsey Taylor sports bottle filling stations and drinking fountains required to hydrate 25,000 students, staff and visitors. The University was looking for a sustainable solution for rapidly refilling water bottles and providing alternativ...