Network Rail of UK plans to add 11 more water refilling stations by the end of this year
The public railway infrastructure manager of the UK, Network Rail, launched its free drinking water initiative in February, starting with London’s Charing Cross station. Thus far the initiative has expanded to 9 stations including Liverpool Lime Street, Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly and London Euston. Network Rail announced that the initiative has been a great success and now the company is planning to add 11 more refill stations by the end of 2018. The company estimates that so far the initiative has helped save more than 150,000 plastic bottles reaching the landfills and this new expansion will push that number to around 368,000 bottles.
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