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Vkusvill Stores will Pour Water Free of Charge to Combat Disposable Bottles
21.07.2020 17:58
Vkusvill Stores will Pour Water Free of Charge to Combat Disposable Bottles
(Source: http://mbgazeta.ru/news/magaziny-vkusvill-budut-besplatno-nalivat-vodu-dlya-borby-s-odnorazovymi-butylkami)


      
Vkusville stores will  pour water into your own containers from a special machine, the press service of the chain reports. The company decided to pour water for free in order to encourage customers to avoid plastic bottles.

      “It's simple: you just need to have a reusable glass or a small bottle with you. And then, while shopping at Vkusvill, you can always quench your thirst or give your child a drink," the retailer's press service informs. You can pour up to 1 liter of water for free.

      So far, the service is available in two Moscow and two St. Petersburg stores of the chain, as well as one in Balashikha. Vkusvill promises to further expand the number of points where this service will be available.

      



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Vkusvill Russian companies Russian business ecology  

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