WaterAid's reusable water bottles return to Glastonbury

After our stainless steel water bottles took the festival by storm last year, we’ve teamed up with Glastonbury to produce twice as many for 2015!


20 Apr 2015

We’re excited to announce that WaterAid’s stainless steel water bottles are back for 2015!

Light, durable, plastic-free and paint-free, the bottles provide a sustainable alternative to buying bottled water onsite. Instead, festivalgoers can refill for free at any of the 400 drinking water taps onsite, or at one of WaterAid’s ten water kiosks.

Each bottle costs £10, and thousands have already been sold to Glastonbury ticketholders. The bottles will also be available to buy onsite at our water kiosks during the festival – remember to be quick and get them before they go!

And the good news doesn’t end there. As well as the bottles being a unique memory to take home and reuse, all profits will be split between WaterAid and the Raw Foundation, an organisation that works with young people towards sustainable consumption and production.

Refill at a WaterAid water kiosk!

This year we’ll have ten water kiosks at the Glastonbury festival, including by the Pyramid Stage and the Stone Circle.

Elida Alphonsine with a Glastonbury water bottle at her water kiosk in Tsarahonenana village, Madagascar.
Elida Alphonsine with the reusable bottle at her water kiosk in Tsarahonenana, Madagascar.
Photo: WaterAid/Ernest Randriarimalala

The kiosks, inspired by those used in our projects, will stock our reusable bottles, as well as offering free water refills.

While filling up, you’ll also be able to find out more about our mission to make sure everyone, everywhere has clean water and safe toilets by 2030.

Which festival goer are you?

See anyone you recognise? Take a look at our Facebook album of festival goers, tag yourself and your friends and find out why you need to find WaterAid at Glasto 2015!

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Posted by WaterAid on Friday, 12 June 2015