Water Bottle Filling Station at Skyline High School

On Tuesday, March 21 Cascade Water Alliance joins Skyline High School students and officials for the dedication of a new water bottle filling station.  Sammamish Plateau Water President Lloyd Warren, Skyline High School Principal Keith Hennig, and students will speak at the event.

Rishi, Skyline High School student and project lead, says “Many of my peers were already involved with environmental activism and sustainable development initiatives, but our immediate environment lacked the tools with which to take and inspire personal action. Skyline was the only high school in our district without water bottle refill stations on campus. After reading an inspiring article on Redmond High School installing its first water refill station, I eagerly reached out to Cascade Water Alliance to see what could be done to help enable our Skyline Spartans to help the environment.”

Cascade teamed up with Skyline High School to help fund the water bottle filling station and provided 2400 reusable water bottles for the project. Sammamish Plateau Water is a founding member of Cascade Water Alliance, a regional water supplier providing high quality drinking water for 380,000 residents and 20,000 businesses across its service area. Sustainability is a critical part of Cascade’s water management planning, making the best use of existing water supplies before developing expensive, new sources.

  • Water Bottle Filling Station Ribbon Cutting Event
  • Skyline High School, 1122 228th Ave. SE, Sammamish  WA
  • Tuesday, March 21, 11:30 – 12:00 pm