\'Water holes\' to be installed in Bath providing tap water
Love tap water, community-
Led project is building a prototype water drinker in St. James Lampier, near Bath College.
The program, launched by three local women, aims to encourage residents of the city-the-
Throw away plastic bottles from the city \".
Ruth Poole from LTW said: \"Water is free --
This is a city of generosity and hospitality, coming to Bath soon.
\"Love tap water was built by elementary school teacher MS Poole, graphic designer Shelley Doyle and marketing manager Joe Ike.
Frustrated by the \"lack of accessible, hygienic drinking water in cities\", they launched a campaign to provide free fresh water and \"re-supply\"
Establish the status of Bath as a \"Water City.
\"The Wealth and health of the city has arrived because of the water,\" MS Poole said . \".
\"But ironically, you can\'t drink water unless you buy French plastic bottled water from Scotland or Fiji --
\"With the consent of the plan, Wessex Water will install 10\" bathtub water holes \"throughout the city \".
Sir James Dyson supports the project by designing a custom reusable stainless steel beverage bottle.
Businesses are also encouraged to support the campaign by converting businesses and employees to \"tap water only.
Colin skolette, chairman of Wessex Water, said: \"The average price of bottled water is 141 times that of tap water, so it is entirely reasonable to provide water holes that people can fill.