Southern California school district replaces traditional water fountains with touchless refill stations

July 16, 2021

The Fontana Unified School is replacing some communal water fountains and jug dispensers in all district-wide schools with touchless, self-sanitizing FloWater Refill Stations, according to a press release.

FloWater Refill Stations are freestanding and easy to install, connecting to any potable water line within 100 feet, meaning that most schools can simply replace their old water fountains or jug dispensers in the same location.

The company said its water stations eliminate the risk of communal surface cross-contamination of COVID-19, while saving schools the time and expense of having their custodial staffs continually wiping down water fountain surfaces.

FUSD is installing 170 FloWater Refill Stations with foot pedal activation devices at 48 sites consisting of pre-K-12 schools, adult and continuing education and operational facilities.


[Credit: FloWater]
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