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The basic drinking fountain—requiring you to bend over, press a button and slurp—was a steady seller for decades. Then, nearly 10 years ago, executives of Elkay Manufacturing Co. started noticing what they call "the airport dance."    More people were toting plastic water bottles. Rather than drinking from the fountain, they wanted to refill those jugs. It wasn't working. Also driven by having to empty their water bottle going through security. Good idea! Drinking Fountain, Water Fountain, Mouths, Steady, New Yorker, Fountains, Water Bottles, Jugs, Refill
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With Bottle-Fillers in Mind, The Water Fountain Evolves

Elkay Manufacturing, a family-owned maker of plumbing equipment , is rethinking the water fountain. In recent years, the company and its rivals have introduced new types of foun...