Oasis Water Bar

Oasis Water Bar

The Oasis features bartenders/scientists who are experts in water conservation and innovation who interact with water bar patrons, providing information and a better understanding on their own water consumption. Everyone visiting the Oasis is offered up to 3 different shots of water to sample while learning the backstory of each source. Every Oasis water type is individually custom-bottled/labeled and displayed behind the bar to promote the program and water sources. Over 14 different water sources are highlighted at the Oasis including Purified Wastewater, Desalinated Pacific Ocean Water, Los Angeles Tap Water, Glacier Water, Rainwater, Hot Spring Water, and several...

What’s Your Water Source?

In 2013, Global Inheritance partnered with Coachella Music & Arts Festival to present the ‘Oasis Water Bar’. This initiative focuses on bringing awareness to the complexities and challenges we face regarding the future of drinking water. Festival-goers can learn about where their drinking water comes from today, what they might be drinking five years from now and even what they may be drinking 20 or 30 years in the future. The Oasis features bartenders/scientists who are experts in water conservation and innovation who interact with water bar patrons, providing information and a better understanding on their own water consumption. Everyone visiting The Oasis is offered up to 3 different shots of water to sample while learning the backstory of each source. Every Oasis water type is individually custom-bottled/labelled and displayed behind the bar to promote the programme and water sources. Over 14 different water sources are highlighted at The Oasis including Purified Wastewater, Desalinated Pacific Ocean Water, Los Angeles Tap Water, Glacier Water, Rainwater, Hot Spring Water, and several more....

Hydration Station

In 2011 Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon started using water hydrants for fluid stations for competitors in place of bottled water.  They work closely with the City of Minneapolis Public Works Department to coordinate the use of the hydrants for event day.  Permits are filed for applications to use the hydrants. The city then tests, cleans and preps each location in anticipation of the event. The city also provides food grade hoses that they wash and sterilised before the event. Water is stored in 44 gallon plastic barrels that are lined with food grade liners. Pitchers are used to fill the runner’s cups. When not in use, the barrels are covered with lids. Apart from the waste savings, using hydrants prevents organisers the hard labour of having to open up, by hand from having to open over 6 000 bottles of water....