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As part of the City of Casey's commitment to sustainability, Council is encouraging its residents to reduce its plastic use, and one simple way to do this is through owning your own drink bottle! 

The benefits of purchasing a reusable bottle are two-fold, save money and reduce waste. 

According to Clean Up Australia data, plastic bottles are among the five most common items picked up throughout this annual event. 

Luckily for City of Casey residents, there are drinking fountains available at a vast array of Council’s community facilities.  

See below for a list of Council facilities where you can fill up at a clean drinking fountain. 

•    Casey Fields, Cranbourne East
•    Livvi’s Place, Lyndhurst 
•    Bunjil Place, Narre Warren
•    Clyde Recreation Reserve, Clyde
•    Edwin Flack Reserve, Berwick
•    Endeavour Hills Learning Centre and Library, Endeavour Hills
•    Hampton Park Public Hall, Hampton Park
•    Junction Village Recreation Reserve, Junction Village 
•    Kanooka Grove Reserve, Doveton
•    Myuna Farm, Doveton
•    The Old Cheese Factory, Berwick
•    Pearcedale Recreation Reserve, Pearcedale
•    Selandra Boulevard Reserve, Clyde North
•    Tooradin Foreshore, Tooradin
•    Warneet Recreation Reserve, Warneet
•    Wilson Botanic Park, Berwick 

By simply taking your water bottle with you, you can help save thousands of single use bottles being used.