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Water refill campus initiative

In 2015 UniSC became a water refill campus meaning the University does not sell any single use plastic water bottles either directly or through its vendors.

All UniSC campuses are water refill campuses, providing free drinking water to staff, students and visitors. This includes a variety of alternative options to purchasing commercial bottled water on campus. This initiative aligns with the University's goal to reduce waste going to landfill and empowers the UniSC community to be environmentally responsible through providing a variety of alternative choices. By choosing to refill your water you can save money and help us to prevent approximately 40,000 plastic water bottles per year going to landfill.

UniSC Caboolture: Chilled water refill stations are available for free at multiple locations on campus.

UniSC Fraser Coast: Chilled filtered water refill stations are available outside Building C.

UniSC Gympie: Chilled spring water available on level 1 in the main building and in B Block. Locations of free drinking water locations can be found on the Gympie floor plan map.

UniSC Moreton Bay: Chilled water refill stations are available on each level.

UniSC Sunshine Coast: Free chilled filtered water stations are available below the Library, by the Brasserie stage, outside the entrance to the sports facility and at the top and the bottom of the stairs in Building K. Hydropoint machines are available for the purchase of still and sparkling spring water refills by the Brasserie stage, under the Library and at E Block. The location of each free drinking water point can be found in the Sunshine Coast Amenities map.

Refillable bottles

UniSC encourages people to bring their own refillable bottle. Local retailers near each campus sell refillable bottles.

Hydropoint machines on the Sunshine Coast campus sell refillable bottles.

UniSC no longer sells commercial bottled still water on campus.

Water bottles