Here at Haws, a special moment in history transpired when Luther Haws invented the drinking fountain in 1906. Along with this special moment in history, there are interesting happenings that go along with the early invention of drinking fountains. Here are 5 kooky moments in history regarding drinking fountains that you may not have known. […]
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Haws takes on Disneyland! A special thank you to founder of the drinking fountain Luther Haws, for paving the way for Haws products to be in use at such a magical place! Another thank you to Haws employees, who share photos with us while on vacation! Below are photographs taken from Haws employees, sharing their […]
Amsterdam city council is placing 300 drinking water fountains around the capital in an effort to encourage children to drink water rather than sugary drinks. The plan is part of the city’s efforts to reduce childhood obesity. Some 160 drinking water fountains have already been installed and a further 40 are at the planning stage. […]
Check out the highlights from the Partnership for a Healthier America Summit in 2014. Notice the various shots of the Brita® Hydration Station® kiosks that provided attendee’s with Brita® filtered drinking water while roaming the show!
Spot a Haws Drinking Fountain while out and about? If so, snap a picture and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Gorgeous mosaic featuring a drinking fountain titled “Resurrection and the Life” by Sarah Campbell located at the children’s playground at Faith Lutheran Church in Chico, CA Drinking fountain spotted at Busch Gardens in FL! Mural painted by a 19 year old artist at an Elementary School in Reno, NV A baby blue dual drinking fountain captured […]
Since the invention of the drinking fountain in 1906, Haws® has aimed to re-define expectations. Having been around for over 100 years, Haws has a rich history filled with eminent events that have shaped who we are as a company today. We have included some of our favorite photos of yesteryear to give a glimpse of Haws‘ […]
Finding a source of drinking water has been made easy with the WeTap Application for iPhone and Android. The app is designed to show users all of the public drinking fountains in the area in an effort to curb the need to buy bottled water. WeTap hopes to stimulate a high amount of activity, in […]