Arqua Fountain Features on The Project

Channel Ten’s The Project

Jon Dee – founder of Do Something and Go Tap – spoke on The Project about how bottled water is an overpriced ‘consumer con’ that excessively increases our landfill.

Jon Dee

Street Furniture Australia has partnered with Jon Dee to help make more drinking fountains and refill stations available in public areas. More fountains means less bottled water, which is kinder to your wallet and our environment.

Jon Dee with Carrie Bickmore on The Project

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