Glasgow beats London to the water post?
With a million plastic bottles bought every minute worldwide, according to The Guardian, and a billion going into our oceans the movement against single-use plastic is gathering momentum in the UK.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan is pushing for water fountains across the capital for people to freshen up and fill up free of charge; and January 2018 saw Costa Coffee owner Whitbread leading the charge of companies signing up for the Refill campaign to offer similar stations on their premises.
But has Scotland got the drop on this? Here's a new 'Rehydration Point' by Network Rail at Glasgow Central.
Posted by Giovane Tomaz Costa on 15/10/2019