Why Sweden has so few drinking fountains

5:27 min

Temperatures have been rising, and when you're thirsty on a hot day here in Sweden, that generally means having to buy a bottle of water. But it didn't always used to be that way. 

It's hard to say exactly how many outdoor public drinking fountains remain in Sweden today, but a lot of people Radio Sweden has spoken to agree they used to be more common fixture. What happened to them?

Radio Sweden's Brett Ascarelli finds out what happened to Sweden's drinking fountains, and whether or not it could be a good idea to invest in more of them.