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In this section you will find a range of practical information related to our solutions. In the articles, we share our experience, discuss implementation steps and highlight good practices. It is a reliable source of information and advice on the provision of drinking water in public spaces, the legal regulations in this area, the benefits of installing drinking water dispensers and the technological aspects in this field.

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World Water Day and drinking water supplies

World Water Day, celebrated annually on 22 March, reminds us of the extraordinary importance of water for humanity and the need to manage it appropriately. It is a day that focuses attention on issues related to access to clean drinking water, the protection of water resources and the fight against the challenges associated with the lack of access to this fundamental resource.

Water is the basic ingredient of life. Without it, the existence of any form of life on Earth would not be possible. Therefore, caring for its quality and availability is becoming a key issue for the well-being of humanity. One way to manage water resources is to promote the use of drinking water springs and mains water dispensers.

The use of such solutions is not only a health-beneficial habit, but also a way of saving this precious resource and teaching the public about environmentally friendly behaviour. This water is usually subjected to rigorous filtration and purification processes, which guarantees high quality and eliminates the risk of contamination.

Using drinking water sources not only saves us water, but also promotes environmental awareness. It minimises the use of plastic packaging, which translates into less waste production and reduced environmental impact.

On World Water Day, it is worth reflecting on your habits related to the use of this precious resource. We encourage people to choose drinking water sources as their main source of water consumption and to take action to protect and conserve water - not only for our present, but also for future generations.