By Stephanie Kilroy One hundred and ten years ago, Luther Haws created a drinking solution that would become the first product for Haws Sanitary Drinking Faucet Company. Luther saw children drinking from a common cup on a playground at a public school; as a result, he invented a bubblerhead drinking faucet. This innovation sparked what […]
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Custom eagle and tree nest drinking fountain and a mural designed by students were unveiled June 5 at Veterans Elementary School – STEM Academy. Together with Veteran’s Elementary School (Reno, Nevada) and other local manufacturers, Haws Corporation’s Research & Development team created and implemented a custom drinking fountain project for 1st and 5th-grade students for […]
The Haws 2017 Price List is Now Available Download your copy of the Haws Hydration and Emergency Equipment Full Line Price List. All prices became effective January 1, 2017, and supersede all other price lists. If you have any questions or would like to obtain a printed copy, please contact customer service at (888) 640-4297.
Author: Sean Christensen University of Wisconsin- Whitewater I posted an inquiry on the LINGUIST listing on the distribution of the word “bubbler” as a synonym for drinking fountain. Thanks to all who responded, which are too many to list. The Dictionary of American Regional English has also extensively investigated this word and it was my […]
“My classmates use their water bottles, I use my water bottle, we all use our water bottles,” fifth-grader Kendall Bingham said. Bingham is one of 400 students at Hurt Park Elementary who received a water bottle on the first day of school. Now, you’ll see students taking sips in the classroom or taking water breaks […]
Yosemite National Park Disney Hollywood Studios Spot a Haws Drinking Fountain while out and about? If so, snap a picture and send it to email@example.com!
Four donated Brita® Hydration Stations® were recently installed at College of the Desert in Palm Desert, CA with the support of Mission: Readiness – Military Leaders For Kids and Regional Access Project Foundation. College of the Desert serves over 10,000 students and, as one of 112 community colleges in California, represents a vital part of […]
Healthy Eating Research Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funds water access study In collaboration with the Nutrition Policy Institute (NPI), University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, America’s ToothFairy: National Children’s Oral Health Foundation is activating youth participants in its #MySmileMattersSM Youth Movement to aid in an innovative study to assess the […]
STAYING HYDRATED IN THE WARM WEATHER With the warm weather approaching, it is imperative to stay hydrated. The dog days of summer have hit with temps 100 degrees and higher! Not only is this unpleasant, it can be dangerous. Our body’s fluid requirement increases as the temperature rises and being dehydrated can have serious effects […]