Refill in Bristol to reduce pollution

Refill Bristol

Refill Bristol is the city’s tap-water campaign. It helps reduce the amount of plastic bottles polluting our rivers and seas.

You can fill your reusable bottles at a number of refill stations across the city. Look out for the blue window sticker in cafes, hotels, music venues, cosmetic stores and even opticians!

Why Refill Bristol?

The project started during 2015, Bristol’s year as European Green Capital. It was the idea of local campaign group City to Sea and designed to stem the tide of plastic litter flowing out of our rivers into the Severn Estuary.

Marine plastic is a global issue and Refill Bristol reflects the city’s commitment to reducing our own impact on the marine environment.

Over 170 businesses signed up to host refill stations by the end of the first year and today there are more than 400. City to Sea continues to spread the message far and wide, with towns and cities across the UK adopting the idea.

Where can you refill your water bottle?

Shopping’s thirsty business but when you visit Bristol Shopping Quarter there are several places to refill your water bottle with tap water.

Lush in Broadmead, E-Vapor on Union Street,  Specsavers on Merchant Street, and Department of Coffee & Social Affairs in Quakers Friars, Castle Fine Art in Quakers Friars, Ultrasound Babyface in The Galleries and every branch of Costa, are all refill stations. And you can also refill your reusable water bottle at Bristol Shopmobility, which you’ll find on the ground floor of the Cabot Circus carpark.

The service is always free.

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