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.
GLOBALTAP reached 35,000 likes on World Water Day 2014. We are thankful to all of our fans and customers all around the world for helping us raise awareness of water as a human right.
Support us on our mission, ” All humans must have access to clean water..” We highly value your feedback, so leave a comment here on the website or on Facebook. We would love to hear your thoughts.
“Water is a Human Right, not a privilege.”
Happy World Water Day to all !
Michelle Obama’s and Partnership for a Healthier America’s (PHA) “Drink-Up” water campaign encourages everyone to drink water, both tap and bottled. Companies such as Coca-Cola seized this opportunity to market their bottled water while discouraging people to drink tap water in many occasions and secretly encouraging to drink their beverage products other than water. [ Read the full story by Nancy Huehnergarth]
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.