16-year-old Ben Swanson of Henry Clay High School, demonstrates the use of the water bottle refilling station, at Lafayette High School on March 26th, 2013, that have been installed in high schools around Fayette County. Swanson said that they found that the water bottle refelling stations placed in location around the school receive more traffic than those installed in the cafeterias. Photo by: Paige Thomson | Staff
16-year-old Ben Swanson of Henry Clay High School, demonstrates the use of the water bottle refilling station, at Lafayette High School on March 26th, 2013, that have been installed in high schools around Fayette County. Swanson said that they found that the water bottle refelling stations placed in location around the school receive more traffic than those installed in the cafeterias. Photo by: Paige Thomson | Staff Herald-Leader
16-year-old Ben Swanson of Henry Clay High School, demonstrates the use of the water bottle refilling station, at Lafayette High School on March 26th, 2013, that have been installed in high schools around Fayette County. Swanson said that they found that the water bottle refelling stations placed in location around the school receive more traffic than those installed in the cafeterias. Photo by: Paige Thomson | Staff Herald-Leader

Water bottle refilling stations already a success at Fayette high schools

March 28, 2013 04:31 PM

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