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.
Water is the element that remembers and the vital link that imparts knowledge and communication. A drop of water is the DNA that contains the entire ocean of all memory including past, present, and future. As long as water continues to flow, so will life.
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.
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 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 ]
“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.”
[Original article here]