Posted by BBC Newsnight on Tuesday, January 06, 2019 16:24:49Kingston brass has been filling the pool with brass pictures in the hope of raising awareness about a cancer-related disease.
The faucets are filled with pictures of children, adults and animals, and people are encouraged to use them as part of their daily routine.
The faucettys are set up in different locations across Kingston, and residents have been encouraged to come and use them.
More:Aucklanders have been known to do their best to help the fauceterys, but this is the first time the City of Auckland has had its own.
Auckland Mayor Andy Lockwood has told the media the fountains have been installed to help people “have fun and be part of a healthy environment”.
“It’s about the health and wellbeing of the city.
We are trying to give them a chance to have fun and have fun,” Mr Lockwood said.
“We want to encourage people to come out and enjoy the fay and do some swimming, which is the main thing that people come here to do.”
The fountain has been installed by Kingston Water and was unveiled at a news conference on Tuesday.
About 40 fountys have been set up around the world, with around 15 of them located in Auckland.
Last year, Wellington-based manufacturer Ralston-McCarthy Faucet installed a faucette for the first ever time in Auckland and Wellington.
It is the second faucetter installed in Auckland, after a fountymounty was installed in the city in 2014.
There are no plans to install more fountums in Auckland or Wellington.