Each person in the UK uses an average of 175 single-use plastic bottles a year yet only half of those are recycled. To combat this statistic and enable Londoners and visitors alike to make more eco-friendly decisions, Refill London has installed 700 ‘Refill Stations’ across the length and breadth of the capital, including five locations on Regent Street. As London’s tap water undergoes more quality checks than bottled water, there has never been more of a reason to opt to refill your water rather than continue to purchase single-use bottles
With London’s water performing best in a blind taste test by Decanter, it is no surprise that Refill London want to celebrate the city’s delicious water. By celebrating the quality of our tap water and making it even more accessible to all, Refill London aims to drive down the millions of plastic bottles that end up as landfill or in waterways, to create a cleaner future for our street, our city, and our planet.
Thirsty passers-by should look out for Refill London stickers in the window of Regent Street stores which are hosting Refill Stations, or you can find them on the free Refill app, and pop in to top up your water bottle on the go.
Refill on Regent Street can be found at: Whole Foods, Rapha, tibits, Ergon Deli and Costa Coffee.
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