TW Drainage Go Green

January 8, 2019

 

Over at TW Drainage, we have been working tirelessly on an excellent project on behalf of the Mayor of London and the #OneLess campaign. We have now installed a brand new bottle filler water fountain in an effort to reduce plastic waste. The fountains are part of the Mayor’s work to cut plastic waste by reducing single-use plastic bottles and instead encouraging people to refill rather than buy bottled water.

More than 8,000 litres of drinking water, the equivalent of 16,000 water bottles, has been dispensed from the Liverpool Street Station fountains in less than one month. The Kingly Court fountain, off Carnaby Street, one of London’s busiest shopping areas, has been used more than 10,000 times a month this summer.

Confirmed locations are:

• Kingly Court, off Carnaby Street, Westminster
• Liverpool Street Station, near the Underground entrance
• Liverpool Street Station, near Bishopsgate exit
• Heart of Valentines Park, Redbridge
• Bexleyheath Town Centre, Bexley
• North Acton Station Square in Ealing
• Windrush Square, Brixton
• Ladywell fields, Lewisham
• Beckenham Place Park, Lewisham
• Horniman Museum and Gardens, Lewisham
• Paddington Recreation Ground, Westminster
• Acton park, near the new skate park, Ealing,
• Guy’s Hospital, Southwark
• St Thomas’ Hospital, Lambeth
• Swiss Cottage Open Space, Camden
• Camberwell Green, Southwark
• Nisbett Walk, Sidcup Town Centre in Bexley
• The Natural History Museum, RB Kensington and Chelsea
• South St Alban’s Street, St James (off Haymarket)
• The London School of Economics and Political Science

Exceptional work once again from Ryan, Francie, and the rest of the TWD team!

 

 

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