In an effort to get people using refillable bottles instead of buying bottled water, the city of San Francisco is installing new "refilling stations" around town, according to the Chronicle.
Similar to drinking fountains, the stations will give you fresh tap water, but are designed to easily fill a bottle.
There will be a total of 15 stations, costing a combined total of $37,000, which is being paid for by the Public Utilities Commission and Global Tap, LLC.
Currently you can find the new water stations in Golden Gate Park, Crocker Amazon, UCSF, the Academy of Sciences, the Marina Green, the airport and several schools.
Published at 7:51 PM PST on Jan 23, 2011 | Updated at 8:00 PM PST on Jan 23, 2011