Pentair filtration stations provide drinking water at Minnesota Twins’ Target Field

Pentair is delivering filtered drinking water at Target Field in Minneapolis, the home ballpark of the Minnesota Twins, for the 2019 baseball season.

Minnesota Twins fans can now bring their own reusable water bottles to fill up at nine Pentair Water Filtration Stations located throughout Target Field to stay hydrated, while also helping reduce plastic bottle waste at the stadium.

“The new Pentair Water Filtration Stations are a natural next step for us as the official smart, sustainable water provider of the Minnesota Twins,” said John Jacko, executive vice president, chief growth officer at Minneapolis-headquartered Pentair. “Twins fans know us for our rainwater recycling technology, but now they can experience for themselves how our smart, sustainable water solutions can deliver great-tasting drinking water not only at the ballpark, but also at home.”

Pentair is also giving away reusable, commemorative bottles to select fans at each game via the new MLB Ballpark app, where all mobile tickets are housed.

Pentair’s water technology has been an integral part of the ballpark’s sustainability efforts since it first opened for the 2010 season. The Pentair Rainwater Recycle System has captured, purified and reused more than 19 million total gallons of rainwater at Target Field to date. The recycled water is used for washing down stadium seats, irrigating the playing field and now the new living wall batter’s eye in center field.