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Fill Forever

“Fill Forever” is a 100% national bottle: innovative, elegant, discreet, sophisticated, reusable, ecological, ultra-light and functional, designed to be filled-up with and to carry tap water.
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All the details of its design were considered in its development, so as to optimise the quantity of material and energy used in its production. 

By making this ergonomic bottle available on the market, EPAL set residents, customers and the general public the challenge of always having tap water with them. Light on price. Light on the environment.

“Fill Forever”, with a 0.5 l capacity, is available in blue, pink, yellow, orange, green, red, black and white at a cost of €1.50, on-line through the platform https://planetiers.com/, dedicated to the sale of sustainable products, or at the following locations:

EPAL SHOPS
Edifício Sede (Head Office Building)  | Avª da Liberdade, 24, Lisboa, by Vending Machine
Loja do Cidadão (Citizens’ Shop) | Rua Abranches Ferrão 10-C (Laranjeiras)

WATER MUSEUM
Estação Elevatória dos Barbadinhos (Barbadinhos Pumping Station) | Rua do Alviela, 12, Lisboa
Mãe d'Água das Amoreiras | Praça das Amoreiras, Lisboa
Aqueduto das Águas Livres (Aguas Livres Aqueduct) | Calçada da Quintinha, 6, Lisboa


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Because water is for everyone, and colours too, the Fill Forever Water Colors bottles now have an innovative colour identification system for those who are colour-blind in which each colour is associated with a code.

Developed by EPAL in partnership with Color ADD, the Fill Forever bottle # Color ADD was created with the 350 million people around the world with colour-blindness, who represent around 10% of the population, in mind.
                                                                                               
“Fill Forever” was awarded the iF Design Award, one of the world’s most prestigious design awards, internationally recognised for more than 60 years as a symbol of excellence in design. The jury for this prize evaluated around 5,000 projects from 53 countries to determine which would merit iF’s seal of excellence.

 

 

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