At St. Mary’s University in Minnesota, a sip from the campus drinking fountains will have you swallowing more than water. In a college-wide competition, students have a month to adopt a fountain and decorate it creatively with facts and processes concerning drinking water.
Katie LaPlant, chairwoman of the Adopt a Water Fountain Committee at St. Mary’s, admits the movement inspired her to switch from plastic to Nalgene. “It’s healthy. It’s good. It’s clean. It’s cold,” she told the Winona Daily News. “There’s no need to be drinking water out of plastic bottles.”
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Source: Winona Daily News