Join the Pipe Double Bottle Refill Station with Drinking Fountain
The Join the Pipe Double Refill Station provides sustainable, fresh and healthy tap water via the stylish bottle filler and drinking fountain combination. It is the ideal bottle filler and drinking fountain to place in city centres, parks, sports clubs, schools, nature reserves or any other public place. The refill station is made of stainless steel, making it highly vandal resistant and weather proof, designed to withstand even the most harsh winter conditions. The simplistic and compact free-standing design is easy to use and perfect for topping up reusable bottles efficiently. The ergonomic design makes it easy for everyone to refill their bottle and drink from directly, including children and disabled users. What is more, every refill station sold contributes to financing a clean water project in a developing country.
Join the Pipe are committed to reducing the amount of plastic waste and promoting drinking tap water. By installing one of their bottle fillers you are saving plastic bottles from landfills, making your site more sustainable while also reducing the cost and waste associated with disposable plastic water bottles.
Clean drinking water for Africa
For every refill station sold, Join the Pipe finances a clean water project in a developing country, minimising plastic pollution at the source and giving communities access to clean drinking water and sanitation. By drinking tap water from reusable bottles we can reduce the amount of plastic waste both here and in developing countries.
- Made from cast iron and galvanised stainless steel
- White powder coat finish
- Attractive, minimalistic design
- Large push button to activate water flow
- Easy to use
- Vandal resistant
- Weather proof
- Low maintenance
- Filters the water and has its own drainage system
- Can be fitted to an existing water pipe
- We can also provide customised, sustainable sugarcane water bottles by Join the Pipe
- Join the Pipe provide clean and safe drinking water and plastic cleanups for developing countries
- Public areas
- Sports clubs