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      In Terminal A, there are water refill stations post-security in each of the gate areas located at the entrance of the restrooms.

      In Terminal B, there is a water bottle fill station next to the Terminal B3 security checkpoint located at the entrance of the restrooms. In addition, there is a water bottle fill station in each of the Terminal B gate areas located at the entrance of the restrooms.

      In Terminal C, water bottle fill stations are located in C1- by the new bathroom next to Gate 90, opposite gate 74, in front of Gate 82 and by Gate 95. In C2- outside of C2 security check-point, opposite Gate 104 and at the bathrooms next to Gate 108. In C3- opposite of gate 121, next to Gate 132 and next to Gate 138.

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        Couldn’t find water bottle filling stations in Terminal C (near 132 or 138) – just water fountains. Found a proper filling station between Gates 104 & 108 (on left side as you’re walking toward 108 from 104).
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          Is water filtered to bottle refill stations at NEWARK AIRPORT?

          Admin.. I believe that all modern “bottle filling stations” are filtered, 1 am not sure about some of the drinking fountains. Maybe Newark will reply
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            Nonworking Sole Drinking Fnt at Spirit Term B

            On 10/22/23 my wife and I flew from EWR to OAK.  While we knew that Spirit charges for water on the plane, we expected to be able to drink from the drinking fountain in the terminal in advance of our 6-hour flight.  We were therefore surprised to see that the sole child and adult fountains had inadequate flow and stream height to enable drinking without touching one’s mouth to the bottom of the pan, which clearly is a health hazard, especially for a child who might not know better and may become ill as a result of contagion.  The inadequate flow also caused the fountain’s bottle filling spout  to fill so slowly that a long line was present during most of the three hours we were at the terminal (see photos).   We had brought no empty container, because we had assumed the drinking fountain mouth spouts would work. Instead we had to buy a grossly overpriced beverage at the terminal, drink it, and then use the empty container to get our water, very slowly from the bottle filling spout.  This is unacceptable and a health hazard both from a contagion and a hydration standpoint – If a drinking fountain is present, it should work.  This status, which other people were also complaining about, even gave me the suspicion that the flow at just the drinking fountain may have been throttled, as the faucets in all of the restrooms, including the ones just feet away, all had nice fast flow and pressure.   I am an engineer with a Ph.D., and have the suspicion that this non-functional fountain was intended to constrain passengers into buying the overpriced beverages sold in the terminal or later on the airplane).   This sole lip fountain’s flow should be remedied immediately so it can serve its express purpose of allowing passengers to directly drink in advance of their flights without the unexpected need to bring a container
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