Broch Councillor Welcomes 'Top-Up Tap' for Fraserburgh Beach

>> 8 May 2023

Fraserburgh and District SNP councillor Seamus Logan has welcomed the provision of the new ‘Top-Up Tap’ recently installed at Fraserburgh Beach.

Publicly-owned Scottish Water’s network of Top-Up Taps provides free, world-class drinking water at over 85 high-footfall community sites across the country, with the latest sites completed in Aberdeenshire located at Aden Country Park, Cruden Bay’s Harbour Street, and Fraserburgh Beach.

Commenting, Cllr Seamus Logan said:

“I’m delighted the top-up tap is now installed and ready for service.

“With 76% of people in Scotland carrying a refillable water bottle while they’re out and about, the taps are in demand and helps to make a significant dent in the number of single-use plastic bottles. 

So far, Scottish Water’s Top-Up Taps have dispensed the volume of more than 3.5 million bottles of tap water.”

Scottish Water’s Corporate Affairs Officer, Sam Simpson, is a member of the team delivering Top-Up Taps across Scotland. He said:

“It’s heartening to see the response from communities as they welcome Top-Up Tap installations. Not only are they serving as great meeting spots for groups enjoying social and leisure time outdoors, it’s a great money-saving option as people can stay hydrated for free.”

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