TorontoOnTap is a program designed to increase water bottle filling stations in high traffic areas in Toronto by Clean Water Foundation. We are happy that they have chosen GLOBALTAP for this great task. This program is also working with private and public organizations in Toronto to provide water bottle filling stations throughout the city to deliver easy access to tap water at any time to the locals.
Want to know more about the program? Click here.
Click on the photo to watch some adorable doggie faces captured at the Rose Kennedy Greenway Amalie’s GLOBALTAP Fountain in Boston. The GLOBALTAP fountain can be found in the Greenway between the Carousel and the Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion.
Drive The District featured Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway this week as an innovative hotspot, bubbling over with innovations. Greenway became greener by introducing a GLOBALTAP fountain that provides free water to many visitors passing by everyday.
From the left, Greenway Conservancy Executive Director Jesse Brackenbury, Carousel donor Amalie Kass with Christina Hecht.
GLOBALTAP’s primary goal, of course is to provide free clean water for all but also to reduce the amount of plastic consumption is possible thanks to many projects such as Greenway park’s Amalie’s fountain. Amalie’s Fountain is also a part of a long-term commitment to making Boston’s kids and dogs happier and healthier.
Read the full story here.
We are happy to announce that one of our GLOBALTAP stations was featured on Mom Loves Water this week.
This Beautiful GLOBALTAP Fountain can be found in San Francisco zoo. Thank’s to San Francisco’s “Drink Tap Program” there are many water fountains available in the city for you to fill up your reusable water bottle. Skeptical about tap water? “Hetch Hetchy” provides clean highly quality tested tap water to San Francisco. Tap water in San Francisco is also highly regulated by EPA and across state so you can enjoy without any fear.
“Mom Loves Water”
“why would anyone in San Francisco buy bottled water, which is often nowhere near as clean as what comes from our tap? “
We are very happy to announce about our new GLOBALTAP station at one of the Boston’s most beloved public spaces, Rose Kennedy Greenway Park.
This new GLOBALTAP station is located right in between the carousel and Boston Harbor Islands pavilion. You will be able to enjoy the new healthy, sustainable addition to the Greenway donated by GLOBALTAP, from tomorrow July 18th. [ Read the full story by Nick DeLuca from the City News ]
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Very excited to announce that one of our stations is now available at the Denver International Airport. Thanks to our friends of Root Down restaurant now you can hydrate yourself on your next trip via Denver International Airport and help cut down plastic waste while traveling.
Contact us anytime if you want a GLOBALTAP station present in your business.
This is another great way to add value to your clients, increase traffic while helping the world becoming a better place.
Did you know that the Golden Gate Bridge is part of the larger U.S. National Park Service, where plastic bottles represent 1/3 to 1/2 the trash left by visitors? GLOBALTAP Stations like this help limit the use of disposable plastic water bottles in your neighborhood, tourist attractions, parks and schools.
This GLOBALTAP Station is located on the southeast side of the Golden Gate Bridge at the Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion adjacent to the Visitor Center and Gift Shop where thousands of people visit each day. Special thanks to Lifefactory for donating this filling station at the perfect time; a week before the San Francisco Board of Supervisors set to vote on a proposal that phase-out the sale of plastic water bottles on city property. The proposal was approved within few weeks and San Francisco is on the run to achieve its goal, zero net waste and 100% sustainable by 2020.
Daniel Whitman, CEO of GLOBALTAP joined the opening ceremony with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, National Park Service and the donor of this filling station Lifefactory.
So next time you visit or cross Golden Gate Bridge, don’t forget to bring your reusable bottle to support San Francisco’s environmental cause.
Whether you are visiting or switching between flights in Terminal 3, now you don’t have to buy water bottles. Use our new GLOBALTAP Station to quench your thirst. Happy traveling.
“Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley was joined Thursday by Boston Park and Recreation Commissioner Antonia Pollak and Daniel H. Whitman, founder of GLOBALTAP, for the unveiling of a “state-of-the-art” public water filling station at the corner of the Jamaicaway and Perkins Street in Jamaica Plain, city officials said in a statement.”
More about our Boston launch!