The Tap Map

As part of our campaign to boot the bottle we created a Tap Map that shows you all the places available to fill up your water bottle in Ireland, in one handy place. Find local businesses & organisations pledging to #bootthebottle and giving FREE no quibble water Refills.

Watch our video to see what it’s all about

What can you do?

And pledge to

By downloading the Tap Map.

Help us grow the Tap Map

Do you have a tap? Do you know a local business or public space that could add a tap?

Then please feel free to get in touch and help us further the cause to #bootthebottle.

What you’ll need to do

Apply using the form below

Place sticker in window

Promote your refill service

Share on social media

Each location is different, some provide a self-serve refill station and others just fill the bottles for them. Each and every location displays a refill sticker on the front window to let people know they can refill there.

You can also….

Purchase a water station from us
And purchase water bottles from us
When you buy your dispenser or water bottles with us we use the profit to provide free refill stations to the community.

The benefits of joining

Providing a refill station is a simple opportunity to contribute to your sustainable development goals with an option that is easily manageable, has measurable impact and encourages your community to be forward thinkers like you.

It also creates potential for more footfall in your store, whilst showcasing your commitment to being environmentally conscious.

By offering hydration without a price tag, you open the door to change that benefits the whole community, demonstrating value for people and protecting our environment.

Apply today

  • By buying a dispenser with us you contribute to providing free water to the comunity
  • By buying bottles with us you contribute to providing free water to the comunity

What we’ve achieved so far …


Taps & counting



Bottles NOT produced



gCo2e NOT in the atmosphere

Why does this matter?

Did you know it takes a quarter of a litre of oil to produce a single one-litre water bottle? In 2019, the production of plastics (aka the plastics industry) added more than 850 million metric tonnes of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere – the equivalent of 189 coal-fired power plants! By 2050, the accumulation of these gases will account for up to 13% of the total remaining carbon budget.

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