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To combat plastic pollution, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)’s Bottle Free Seas project has proven to be a roaring success, with plans now underway to expand its reach by installing an additional 200 drinking water refill points across the city. Launched last August, this eco-initiative has already made a significant dent in plastic bottle consumption, … …

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This is a good initiative.However the challenge is keeping those filters in good condition as these water dispensers cannot depend on regular schedule maintenance dates. It has to follow the quantity of water that is being filtered through the system as the consumption could be extremely high due to free public usage. 

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