The Mobile Water Stations offered by The Water Tap deliver a value-added service to event organizers, ensuring that consumers have access to safe, clean, and cold-filtered drinking water through a stylish and eco-friendly dispenser. We prioritize the provision of high-quality, sustainable hydration solutions for your events.
The Water Tap offers premium and quality water services for events, festivals and parties in NORTH AMERICA – Illinois, Florida, Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, Quebec and beyond.
The Water Tap offers premium water solutions to a wide array of events, including festivals, concerts, major sporting events, corporate functions, charity drives and more. Our footprint spans multiple regions across North America.
Access to clean, affordable, and safe drinking water can often pose challenges for both event organizers and their patrons. At The Water Tap, we have a solution: our innovative water stations that dispense filtered water. Not only do these stations provide a convenient source of clean water, but they also play a vital role in reducing plastic waste from water bottles that could persist in landfills for over 700 years.
This will provide patrons that are dehydrated or intoxicated a healthy alternative at no extra cost to them.
Being in the event industry for several years, our founder noticed the mass amount of plastic bottle waste at events and sought to change this. By offering water (a basic human right/need) free to consumers, we seek to eliminate all bottled drinks from events across North America in the future. Both carbonated (sparkling) and filtered water is guaranteed cold through our unique dispensers.
Our Mission: Eradicate plastic water bottles from events across North America by 2030.
Our company recognizes the urgency of taking responsible action to care for our planet. Our slogan, ‘Hydrate Responsibly,’ serves as a dual reminder: it encourages consumers to exercise moderation in their indulgences and promotes the reduction of reliance on disposable plastic water bottles in their daily routines.
Numerous municipalities in North America have implemented bans on single-use plastics at municipal properties, including a range of cities and regions in both Canada and the United States. These locales include Ajax, Burlington, Cornwall, London, Newmarket, Niagara Falls, Oakville, Oshawa, Peterborough, St. Catharines, Windsor, Waterloo, Nelson, Victoria, Vancouver, and several American states. Notably, Toronto City Council approved a water bottle ban in 2008, which became effective in 2012. This ban encompasses most of Toronto’s parks and park facilities, prohibiting the sale and distribution of water bottles within all city facilities and parks.
Our landfills cannot support bottled water.
Many municipalities in North America are grappling with a critical issue: our landfills are struggling to cope with the excessive waste generated by plastic water bottles.
In both Canada and the United States, as little as 50% of the water bottles consumed by residents each day are effectively recycled. This leads to the annual disposal of approximately 65 million empty plastic water bottles as waste.
The proportion of plastic water bottles ending up in landfills may fluctuate among different communities, and in some areas, it can reach up to 80%.
In 2012, the Canadian government finally conceded that there is an obligation for governments across the world to recognize water as an adequate standard of living.