Darling Harbour NSW, Australia (2013)

Arqua Stations were installed at Darling Quarter in Darling Harbour as part of a strategy to implement a plastic bottle-free environment. As well as protecting the marine eco-system by reducing the amount of waste, the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority aimed to better accommodate the tourist industry by providing fresh drinking water.

Monsoon Bins were also installed in the Darling Quarter redevelopment.

Arqua Stations were installed at Darling Quarter in Darling Harbour as part of a strategy to implement a plastic bottle-free environment. As well as protecting the marine eco-system by reducing the amount of waste, the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority aimed to better accommodate the tourist industry by providing fresh drinking water.

Monsoon Bins were also installed in the Darling Quarter redevelopment.

location

Darling Harbour Sydney NSW

client

Custodian: Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority

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