Colton Joint Unified School District uses CARES funding to purchase touchless drinking water stations

With the CDC calling for the replacement of high-touch, communal fixtures, such as water fountains, to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Colton Joint Unified School District (CJUSD) announced that FloWater Touchless Refill Stations have now been installed in all 28 district schools and administrative support sites. With the availability of touchless, foot pedal activation…

Colton Schools Replace Traditional Water Fountains With Touchless Water Stations To Prevent Spread Of COVID

COLTON (CBSLA) – In another sign of how the coronavirus pandemic has changed sanitation and hygiene, the Colton Joint Unified School District announced Wednesday that it has replaced all its school water fountains with touchless water refill stations. The district announced that the refill stations were installed at all 28 schools and its administrative offices. The…

America’s Schools Utilize CARES Act Funds to Replace Outdated Water Fountains as They Reopen With Heightened Health and Safety Awareness

With an additional $170 billion in CARES Act funding earmarked for K-12 schools and higher education in the new, $1.9 trillion stimulus package proposed by President Joe Biden, FloWater today announces an accelerated rollout of its fully ‘touchless,’ self-sanitizing FloWater Refill Stations to replace old water fountains in schools nationwide. Since the CDC called for the replacement…

Schools Give Water Fountains the Touchless Treatment

Alongside investments in personal protective equipment, sanitation stations and distancing shields, some schools are earmarking a portion of their federal CARES Act funding to replace their water fountains with touchless versions that don’t need continual cleaning. According to FloWater, one company that makes refill stations, business is gushing. In the past year, CARES Act funds have been…

Earth Day Update: FloWater on Target to Eliminate One Billion Plastic Water Bottles From Entering the Environment by End Of 2022

A Denver-based company has some good news to commemorate Earth Day 2021. FloWater, maker of new-tech water refill stations, today announces that it’s on target to eliminate one billion single-use plastic water bottles from entering the environment by year’s end, 2022. Since its launch in 2013, FloWater has already eliminated the need for over 350…