This seems to be the new angle for schools, instead of the standard drinking trough fountains, which I remember from my schools.
Many schools still have antiquated drinking troughs that fail to attract students to drink water.
One of the first issues schools can address is how to make the act of drinking water as attractive as possible to their students. If students are well hydrated they think and operate better in the classroom, and at school in general.
Many schools are now considering an alternative to the drinking trough – a water drinking unit that is eye-catching, water-efficient, low maintenance, hygienic as well as vandal and graffiti resistant. Students want a drinking fountain that is clean, funky and a pleasure to drink from.
The aquabubbler has been developed over the last five years in consultation with schools. We believe the aquabubbler addresses the key concerns for schools – a drinking fountain that is stylish, water efficient, low maintenance, hygienic as well as vandal and graffiti resistant.