HydrateUTM is a program sponsored by Haws Corporation®, the manufacturer of the Brita® Hydration StationTM,
in partnership with FilterforGood®. The program is designed to help colleges, universities and
organizations reduce bottled water waste with the installation of a Brita®Hydration StationTM. One Brita® Hydration StationTM
can reduce the consumption of as many as 36,000 standard 16.9oz bottles each year.* For every 500 Nalgene® bottles purchased,
your school will receive a Brita® Hydration StationTM serving great-tasting Brita® filtered water and helping reduce bottled-water waste.
In addition, your school will also receive an Eco-Grant to help fund another sustainable program of your choice. You have 30-days to share the link and website.
*Based on 4,800 gallon-a-year-use, figures vary based on usage.
Brita® Hydration StationTM
The Brita® Hydration StationTM is a commercial, touch-free,
hygienic, water dispenser that allows users to enjoy the benefits of healthier*, great-tasting water
without the waste and cost of bottled water. Backed by the Haws® Corporation, the leader in drinking
fountains for over 100 years, and the Brita® Brand, the leader in consumer water filtration products,
the Brita® Hydration StationTM is not only quality assured but also is supported by a three-year warranty.
Learn more at www.BritaHydrationStation.com.
*Certified to reduce lead and cysts. Substances reduced may not be in all user's water.
HydrateUTM is pleased to be able to offer an additional program bonus – the opportunity
to earn your school an Eco-Grant! For every 500 bottles purchased, your school will not only receive a Brita® Hydration
StationTM but will also receive a $500 Eco-Grant that can be used for additional sustainability efforts on your campus.
HydrateUTM encourages Eco-Grant recipients to use the funds for action-based programs that will create tangible results
toward producing a more sustainable environment. Learn how previous Eco-Grants were used at FilterForGood®.
In 2007, Brita partnered with Nalgene® to create the FilterForGood® movement, which encourages people
to reduce their bottled water waste by switching to reusable bottles filled with filtered water. Each year, Americans purchase billions
of plastic water bottles; most of them end up in landfills. Since the campaign launch, more than 284,000 people* have taken the pledge
to reduce their bottled water waste, keeping an estimated 284 million disposable bottles out of landfills. Visit
http://filterforgood.com to learn how you can make a difference.