Drinking Water Fountains USA

Choose water not soda

Statistics show fizzy means fat

Mexico has the highest rate of soda consumption in the world, with the United States taking second place. In fact, Mexicans are such fans of the fizzy stuff, they drink an average of 45 gallons of Coca-Cola products a year. That’s almost eight times more than the world average and 70 percent more than Americans, […]
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America’s number one Fountain!

She’s the number one Fountain in America, and though she just missed out on a medal in London 2012, she’s still a star. Hyleas Fountain is one of the most renowned female athletes in America at the moment. The 31 year old heptathlon and pentathlon athlete had the nation’s support behind her during these Olympic […]
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Recycling water at home

Each day, Americans waste 33 percent of their drinking water because of inefficiency and misuse, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Much of the water used for flushing toilets and watering the lawn doesn’t need to be drinkable. Scientists at the University of Georgia describe how water is classified into three categories: clean, gray and black. Water […]

Bring back the water fountain!

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is working with Mayors across the country with the U.S. Conference of Mayors to reinvigorate the nation’s supply of public drinking fountains. The two are working together to help bring back water fountains to parks, playgrounds, school yards, city streets and town centers in order to provide access to clean, […]
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21-foot-high drinking fountain in Times Square

On Wednesday 11th April, in the heart of Times Square in New York City, the NHL and NBC celebrated the start of the Stanley Cup playoffs by dropping a 21-foot tall, 6,600 lbs. replica of the greatest trophy in sports in the middle of everything. Open Wednesday through Friday, the huMANgous Cup also doubles as […]