Brita Filter Water-fountains in Seton

The residents in Elizabeth Seton Hall have issued multiple complaints about not having access to filtered water. The only water-fountain Brita filter in the entire building is on the first floor. The hall council and residents of Seton Hall are striving for a water-fountain Brita filter to be placed on every floor, or at least every other floor. Temporary fixes were implemented, the Brita filters being attached to the sinks on some but not all floors, but these filters are hardly ever changed, even when a MOPS is entered. It may not sound like a hassle to have to go down to the first floor for every resident, but those on the fifth or sixth floor, that's a decent journey to get some clean water. The cost of the Brita filter water-fountains are anywhere between five hundred and nine hundred dollars. Sacred Heart University has many of the Brita filter water-fountains, so administrators should be away of not only the costs of them, but the effect they have. Thousands of students use the Brita filter water-fountains everyday. This saves hundreds of thousands of plastic water bottles which is helping the environment. The money for these new Brita filter water-fountains can either be fundraised, or money used from the Residential Life fund or maintenance funds may be able to cover the expenses. The signatures on this petition include residents, residential assistants, the residential director, and maintenance workers that all live or work in Seton Elizabeth Hall. Adding more Brita filter water-fountains to the hallways of the building will be very useful for the freshmen here at Sacred Heart.
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