Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Since its inception in 2011, the H202GO program at Mount Pleasant Waterworks has grown significantly. The portable water dispenser provides clean, cold tap water at local non-profit and charitable events and is used to support local school programs. Best of all this service is free.
The H202GO is unique and simple in design. Comparable units often require electricity and a direct connection to a public water supply. The H202Go requires neither. The dispenser is filled with approximately 600 gallons of water at the water treatment plant before traveling to an event. Because the water is cooled prior to arriving the water maintains at a refreshing temperature.
This allows the H202GO to be placed anywhere at an event and benefits event organizers who are often constrained in terms of space and accessibility.
The H202GO is a popular attraction at non-profit and charitable events and a way to provide a healthy hydration alternative while encouraging people to be “green.” It also supports a healthy lifestyle and protects our environment, providing an alternative to sugary sodas and juice beverages through refillable drinking containers.
Before the H202GO, Mount Pleasant Waterworks received numerous inquiries for water coolers at events which required significant manpower to provide. Now Mount Pleasant Waterworks offers the community an easy to use portable water station. During the month of August, Mount Pleasant Waterworks and the H202GO kept the Wando High School Band hydrated.
Mount Pleasant Waterworks is pleased to support our community by offering the H202GO to keep your event attendees hydrated. To learn more about reserving the H202GO contact Mount Pleasant Waterworks at 843-884-9626.
Clay Duffie is director of Mount Pleasant Waterworks.
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