Dublin City Council (DCC) has introduced the first bottle filling station in Dublin city.
The Dublin City Council has introduced the first bottle filling station on Clarendon Row in Dublin. This is one of the many changes planned for Clarendon Row as was previously mentioned in Dublin InQuirer.
Marie Gavin, a senior executive engineer, talked about this at the December meeting of councilors for the South East Area.
It’s one of a bunch of changes planned for the street, which is in the Grafton Street area. Others include putting back in a DublinBikes station, wider footpaths, bike parking, and a new pedestrian crossing, said Gavin.
With the first change in Clarendon Row, the next change that is soon coming up is the DublinBikes station set to re-open in the coming weeks.
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