Water Bottle Filling Stations
Drinking Fountain Solutions bottle filling fountains offer a low-cost, robust solution for user's to fill their own water bottles. Bottle filling stations promote regular hydration throughout the day, allowing the user to drink whilst on the move. With tap water costing £0.0015 pence per bottle and purchased bottled water costing from £0.45 to £1.50 a bottle it makes sense to re-fill your own water bottle.
Stainless steel water bottle filler fountains are an alternative to traditional drinking fountains. Users are able to quickly refill reusable water bottles from a safe source of fresh water. Water bottle filling stations are easy to install, self contained, and require a connection to the mains cold water supply, and a waste water connection.
Make your selection from our range of bottle filling fountains below:
Floorstanding drinking fountain with bottle filler - junior height.
£563.00 (exc VAT)
Product Code DFBF-JShow more
Floorstanding drinking fountain and bottle filler - rounded body
£1700.00 (exc VAT)
Product Code BDFShow more
Bottle filling station, wall mounted, press button operation
£590.00 (exc VAT)
Product Code BF15-UKShow more
Wall mounted and floor standing filling stations incorporate a simple swan neck bottle filler with a press button self closing valve to prevent the waste of water. Swan neck bottle and cup fillers are ideal for secure locations without the risk of vandalism. For areas prone to heavy use or the risk of vandalism we recommend either the recessed bottle filling station or the floorstanding combined fountain and bottle filler which has a vandal resistant recessed bottle filler built into the shroud.
Bottle filling hydration stations are popular in schools where it is important that children have access to drinking water throughout the day. With the increase in popularity of drinking water, it is important that leisure centres, gyms and public buildings offer the facility for users and visitors to refill their sports water bottle or personal drinking bottle.
Providing a fresh source of tap water will help reduce the amount of plastic bottles disposed of in landfills or dumped in the countryside and oceans.
Tap Water V’s Bottled Water Facts:
Bottled water is not a cost effective product to bottle and ship around the world, is a major polluter during production of the disposable bottles, and contributes to the majority of plastic pollution in the countryside and world's oceans.
All disposable water bottles are fully recyclable but unfortunately 80% of plastic water bottles used in the UK aren’t recycled - switching to tap water and refillable bottles will help reduce this waste.
Water bottles dumped in landfills can take up to 1,000 years to biodegrade in the ground - switching to refillable bottles will leave the planet safer for future generations.
7.7 billion single use plastic bottles were used in the UK in 2016, over 5 billion of these are now in landfill.
Every plastic bottle manufactured releases 100g of CO2 gas, which is a major greenhouse gas.
Despite having very good quality tap water available in every home in the UK, nearly a third of people (30%) admit to using bottled water at home.
The UK has one of the world's safest drinking water supplies.
More pollution facts are available from the Marine Conservation Society.
What Can We Do:
On a professional level we can provide accessible drinking water in the workplace, education establishment, or public building. Drinking Fountain Solutions are able to offer a bottle filling station or drinking fountain to suit all applications. The HSE legislates in its Welfare At Work Guidance that drinking water should be provided at the workplace, it should be contamination free and preferably from the public water supply. This can be easily achieved with a water bottle filling station.
On a personal level we can making a commitment not to buy bottled water when there is a safe tap water option will help reduce the waste and damage to the environment. A bit of forward thinking to carry a reusable bottle will soon become a habit which will help save the environment, and save money.