As America’s schools reopen and make plans for Back-to-School this Fall, safe and sanitary drinking water is top-of-mind for school administrators and facility managers across the country. With the CDC calling for the replacement of high-touch, communal fixtures, such as water fountains, to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Fontana Unified School District (FUSD) is replacing numerous communal water fountains and jug dispensers in all District-wide schools with fully ‘touchless’, self-sanitizing FloWater Refill Stations.
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FloWater in a Fontana Unified School District School (Photo: Business Wire)
FUSD is among the many school districts across the US taking advantage of available CARES Act funds to cover the costs of upgrading the safety and quality of their drinking water as part of new protocols for safely reopening their facilities for students, teachers and staff.