Meet the local Refill Schemes
Get to know who is behind the Scheme, and how these local champions are spreading the word of the Refill Revolution.
Refill Northern Ireland are committed and passionate workers and volunteers, preventing one of the largest sources of consumer waste.
Refill is helping the Crystal Palace community to work together to make a difference in eradicating pointless plastic packaging.
Our lovely town has a proactive and diverse volunteering culture, Refill Warrington is working to be a catalyst for bringing about change.
Medway comprises of three major towns: Rochester, Chatham and Gillingham with each having their own unique identity and the river Medway at their heart,
Broadstairs is a wonderful seaside resort on the East Kent Coast. Famous for its sandy beaches, links with Dickens and quaint High Street.
Hammersmith combines the best of both worlds, a bustling town centre on the doorstep of central London with a beautiful riverside setting.
Refill Croydon are joining the Refill Revolution, bringing free tap water to their rich and diverse community across the area and its open spaces.
East Northamptonshire is a hidden jewel – tucked away in the Midlands, #RefillEastNorthants aims to tackle plastic pollution and get people refilling.
Sutton is regularly voted one of Greater London’s best places to live. It combines great quality of life with innovation, for example through the London Cancer Hub,
Sutton Decentralised Energy Network and BedZED, the UK’s first large-scale eco-village.
In the 18th century, Streatham was known for its natural springs and was a popular resort town. In the early 20th century, Streatham was seen as the West End of the South.
Kings Cross is a busy hub where many industries have their offices and many people pass through
on their way across London or even to the continent via St. Pancras. As well as rapidly developing as a destination, with Coal Drops Yard and Granary Square, it also has a long-standing community and student population of University of the Arts London.
Oswestry is a friendly community minded market town located in the North of Shropshire close by
the English – Welsh Border. The market dates back to 1190 and today the town still retains its vital function as an award winning market and shopping centre serving North West Shropshire and Mid Wales