Plumbed in Water Coolers are not only convenient, but environmentally friendly (no plastic bottles to dispose of), and labour-saving as members of staff don’t need to replace heavy bottles regularly. Worldwide, respect for water and the environment are marked in March by World Water Day.
Indeed, there is an organisation in Vermont, USA called Water Music. Through the creative arts and sciences, the project is helping to create an inspirational awareness of water. The project features live concerts, educational events, lectures, art shows and other activities. In 2009, in honour of World Water Day, students from six leading Vermont schools created a dance performance, original music, a variety of science projects, creative writing and art, and many other school-led projects – all inspired by water.
The United Nations General Assembly declared 22 March as World Water Day in 1993. This year (2012) the theme was “Water and Food Security: The World is Hungry Because We are Thirsty.” One of the major points made was that, in spite of a great deal of progress in provision of water, and the fact that most of us take clean drinking water for granted, 783 million people around the world still don’t have access to it.
Next time you use our Plumbed in Water Coolers it might be worth thinking about the significance of water, and perhaps you may want to contribute to the debate, take part in events, or get involved in some way to help make the world better for all.Google+