Filtrine Water Bottle Filler Stations Installed at NHDES as Part of the New Hampshire “Green Grants Program”
In an article in Environmental News, published by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES), there is a description of the state’s prototype installation at its Concord, NH headquarters of Filtrine water bottle filling stations. Over a 12 month period, Filtrine and the NHDES worked together to install a total of four Filtrine Model B103 stainless steel bottle filling stations (also known as Hydration Stations).
In conjunction with the prototype installations, Filtrine aided in developing a “Green Grants Program” in New Hampshire, which provides avenues for local NH municipalities to secure funding for environmental projects (like installing water bottle filling stations) while educating their community about the importance of clean drinking water, and the steps that our local government can take to ensure the water sources are clean and safe.
The photo shows NHDES Commissioner Tom Burack and Deputy Director of General Services, City of Concord, Phil Bilodeau filling their water bottles at Filtrine’s water bottle filling station. (Courtesy of NHDES)
To find out more about the “New Hampshire Green Grants Program” and how you can start one in your city or state, fill out the General Inquiry Form.
For more information on Filtrine bottle filling stations or drinking fountains, contact your local Filtrine Drinking Water Representative.