A human right

All humans must have access to clean water. If water is free in one part of the the world, it should also be free in other parts. Water is a human right allotment that must not be charged for. Scarcity of water should not affect peoples right to clean water.

Reduces the plastic waste stream and landfill costs

Public access to clean, safe, free water

Outdoor and indoor bottle filling stations

Provides the user with a positive experience

An information platform on global water issues

Integrates a fragmented global water ecosystem

For anyone who is on the go

Allows scalability and feedback to drive development

Connection to a global movement

A health service by offering public hydration

Easy to locate in crowded settings

An innovative means for sponsorship

Reuse of bottles made from safe materials

Reduces the plastic waste stream and landfill costs

A people-centric system

Supports the local water infrastructure

Public access to an eco-friendly solution

A place to meet, interact, and dialogue

A symbol for water that is easy to use

Convenient to use during daily commutes

A city-wide effort to use resources wisely

Water flows into the bottle, not down the drain

A sustainable way to minimize the carbon footprint

An integrated system of products

TAP Fund


is developing a project to fund tap station installations in schools, and public locations. The fund will pay the costs associated with the taps, and installations so that they can be provided for free or at a reduced charge. The Tap Fund will be a public-private partnership loan fund created to increase access to safe, clean drinking water in communities; including schools, public locations, and homes; spur economic development that supports drinking water access; and inspire innovation in drinking water technology. The fund will provide financing for tap station installations, distribution, and maintenance.