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Stop the use of single use plastic water bottles and join

our refillution. Let's work together for a more sustainable world


Ban plastic water bottles

With our Water Refill Programs (WRP) in cities or countries we want to ban single-use plastic water bottles entering our planet and to encourage sustainable partnerships. 

Raising Awareness

 Our goals

We donate 5% of our revenue to local non-profit organizations dedicated to environmental education , and to create awareness for reuse, reduce and recycle for (school)children.

Building A Community

With our program we want to empower the whole community for working together to provide an outlet for positive change and a sustainable healthy world.



 water bottles saved from entering our environment 


  • Find your nearest Refill station with the QR codes

  • Disscover 'things to do' with the QR codes 

  • Quick access to timetables of public transport with the QR codes or rent a electric car

  • Keep informed of 'up to date' city info (with the QR codes)

  • The map on the bottle guides you in the city or country

  • Explore the best Instagram Spots with the camera icon

  • Your water stays ice cold for 24 hrs and hot 12 hrs

  • The best gift or souvenir to bring home 

  • Worldwide refill program

  • We donate 5% to organizations for environmental education

Scan & Go
D-TAP water bottle



This refill program is one of the strongest sustainable programs in tourism. Connection is key in achieving a healthier and happier world.


The stainless steel interactive D-TAP water bottle The best way to discover the city or country on a sustainable is with the interactive water bottle .  Ideal for travelers, nomads, and explorers. Scan & go, buy tickets, receive route directions and explore all the highlights. 

One of the strongest sustainable programs in tourism
How the program works
  1. Tourists or citizens buys the stainless steel refillable water bottle from a local entrepreneur, foundation, museum, or other organizations in this city or country.

  2. They scan the QR code on the bottle to find Refill locations (public drinking fountains, shops, musea, restaurants etc.)

  3. So they can find the nearest (public) Refill location to avoid the purchase of (single-use) packaged water.


Refill around the world 


Image by Robenson Gassant