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Scotland

by: Mike posted on: February 11th, 2011

Scotland

We would like to welcome our first Scottish refilling stations and look forward to many more being added. If you are interested in becoming a stockist or refilling station we would love to hear from you. All the best from everyone at tapwater.org

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Tapwater.org at the University of Greenwich (Feb 8-10)

by: Cristina posted on: February 7th, 2011

Tapwater.org at the University of Greenwich (Feb 8-10)

Tapwater.org is going to be visiting the University of Greenwich this week as part of their Green Week events.  We have been invited by the university to tell students about the virtues of tap water, where they can re-fill their water bottle and how to get their hands on a lovely reusable bottle. If you are a University of Greenwich student you can find us at: Medway Campus (Pilkin..

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Tapwater now has over 300 refilling stations!

by: Cristina posted on: February 2nd, 2011

Tapwater now has over 300 refilling stations!

UPDATE 18 Feb 2011: We are now at over 400 refilling stations. Things have been moving swiftly here at tapwater.org and we now have over 300 pubs, cafes and shops participating as refilling stations. You can find them all on the map so have a look to see if there is one near you. We are continuously adding more and more stations so keep checking back.  If there isn’t a ..

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Vitamin Waters are no more than sugary artificial drinks

by: Mike posted on: January 31st, 2011

Australian consumer watchdogs have advised the general public to treat vitamin-enhanced waters “like any other sugary or artificial drink and enjoy only as an occasional treat.” Such beverages might appear healthier alternatives but close inspection of the nutritional information reveals them to be “just cordials with a few added vitamins,” it claimed. http://ww..

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New sign on the High Street

by: Mike posted on: January 26th, 2011

New sign on the High Street

Our first window stickers in participating outlets have started to appear. Where you encounter these stickers you can fill up your reusable bottles for free. Most of these stickers will appear in the windows of small businesses run by people who care about our environment and offer this service absolutely free. We at tapwater.org hope you will support them by saying thank you when you fill up. ..

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Into the Abyss

by: Cristina posted on: January 25th, 2011

Into the Abyss

The depths of the ocean’s floor is a somewhat new destination for researchers to explore. We’ve probably visited the moon’s surface more often than the deepest parts of our seas. But our plastic rubbish has found its way down to an area we have barely even seen! Watch National Geographic's video as researchers discover what's really lying on the bottom of our ocean..

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