March 25th, 2013

Elkay noticed that more people were toting plastic water bottles, and they began rethinking the water fountain. The EZH20 can fill a 16 ounce bottle in seven seconds; when you set a bottle down under the spigot, an infrared sensor automatically turns on the flow, allowing for a sanitary, touch-free interaction.

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    we have them too!
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    I can’t live without these at school. Best thing ever.
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    These are all over UGA and I love it.
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    I love these! We have two on my Uni’s campus.
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    Our college building has one too. :D it’s great.
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