In our network of refill points there are:
Private refill points:
for example a hotel that offers a free water refill exclusively to guests
Public refill points:
open to anyone with a reusable bottle
open to anyone, installed in collaboration with local governments and municipalities
All types of businesses can become a refill point: restaurants, bars, yoga studios, zero waste shops, real estate agencies, bakeries etc. Sign up and be part of the Cleanwavemovement!
How do I become a refill point? In 5 easy steps!
Step 1: Contact us through the form below
We will get in touch as soon as possible and arrange a visit so that we can get to know each other better.
Step 2: Check your water source
If you already have a water filter/source, perfect! If not, we can recommend you a water filtration installation provider.
Cleanwave does not supply water filtration systems, we only recommend trusted providers. You are free to choose the system of your preference.
Step 3: App
Your business is added to our free application which has a map with all the refill points. Your business will appear with a description, contact and location details.
STEP 4: Marketing material
We provide you with marketing material such as a refill point sticker so people can identify your business as a refill point, a wooden board with information about the Cleanwave Refill system and flyers about our project.
STEP 5: Communication to community
We communicate your business via social media to our community (@cleanwavemovement - 11.8k followers on Instagram)
Join the movement
Meet our Refill PointsWe are proud to say our network of refill points is growing. Want to get to know the people and businesses who are part of the solution? Watch the video's below and discover why they decided to join the #cleanwavemovement. Please visit our channel and don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date for new episodes!
Ep 1 - Es Taller, Valldemossa
Es Taller, is a beautiful restaurant in Valldemossa, and a dedicated member of our Cleanwave community, joining the fight against single-use plastics.Located in an old car mechanic garage, chef Nicolás Gago Aubert, is passionate about sourcing locally grown products, whilst adding flavours and spices from around the world. Furthermore Es Taller is committed to reducing single-use plastics, and here you can buy your Cleanwave bottle and refill for free.
Ep 2 - Bikini Island & Mountain Hotels, Port de Sóller
General Manager Bruno Neuberger, recognises that each of us plays an important role in protecting, sustaining and restoring the island of Mallorca. Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel has committed to reducing single-use plastic and providing innovative ways of engaging their hotel guests to become active participants in the regeneration of Mallorca.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Ep 3 - Palma Hair Concept
Welcome to Palma Hair Concept, a beautiful hair studio located inside Rialto Living. Owner Helena Brunby has been supporting Cleanwave since the beginning. Feeling thirsty? You can fill your bottle with filtered water here for free. Oh and might as well get a new haircut. Download our app and find more refill points nearby!