Water Fill Stations Installed in Popular Community Facilities

Eastern Municipal Water District, in partnership with other local agencies, has installed new bott...

Eastern Municipal Water District, in partnership with other local agencies, has installed new bottled water fill stations at five popular community facilities.

The fill stations will provide members of the community with access to safe and reliable tap water to refill personal, reusable bottles.

EMWD has installed three wall-mounted and two free-standing stations at locations operated by Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District, Riverside County Parks and Open-Space District and The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.

The fill stations offer a simple and sanitary alternative to having to fill reusable bottles through a traditional drinking fountain.

“As a partner in the community, we wanted to do our part at these recreational venues to ensure that residents are enjoying the benefits of tap water in an environmentally responsible manner,” said EMWD Board President Phil Paule.

The locations for the fill stations:
  • Wheatfield Park; 30627 Menifee Road, Menifee
  • Spencer’s Crossing, 35605 Briggs Road, Murrieta
  • DropZone Waterpark; 2165 Trumble Road, Perris
  • Diamond Valley Lake Visitors Center/Western Center Academy; 2325 Searl Parkway, Hemet (2 fill station locations)
Two of the wall-mounted fill stations include counters that track the amount of plastic bottles saved, based on the volume of water used.

Mt. San Jacinto College is also expected to have fill stations installed at both campuses later this year.

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