Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport introduces sustainable water options
Passengers can now benefit from two DropWater stations, where they can either fill their own water bottles or purchase a drink in a completely compostable container.
As travellers return to flying to and from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG), they will now have two new sustainable water options.
The airport has installed two DropWater stations – one in Concourse A near Subway/Gate A2 and one in Concourse B near Gate B19 – for passengers to either fill their own water bottles or purchase a drink in a 100 per cent compostable container.
The stations offer regular still or flavoured water. All flavour options are sugar-free and made from natural flavours, such as cucumber, guava and lemonade. Customers can also add energy (caffeine) to their water and choose whether they would like it to be served room temperature or ice cold.
Chief Executive Officer of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Candace McGraw, said: “CVG is focused on providing healthy and sustainable concession options for travellers. DropWater is an excellent partner because of its forward thinking and local ties, being part of StartupCincy.”
Scott Edwards, Founder and CEO of DropWater, said: “Drop Water’s mission is to shift the consumer beverage industry to a more sustainable future. CVG has been fantastic to work with. It is clear they are willing to go out of their way to support sustainable and innovative products.”