Naturally Pure Spring Water
Our natural spring water is bottled at the source in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania and the majestic Adirondack Mountains of New York. It is captured before it reaches the surface and is filtered through micron filtration and ozonated to keep it fresh. There are never any chemicals added to our natural spring water. The water you drink has never tasted the outside air before you have opened the bottle to enjoy it!
Our bottles are always BPA free, and are made using an 18.1 gram preform for stability. That means our bottles won’t collapse in your hands!
Our spring water is bottled at the source.
Our spring is on 1,500 protected acres on a mountain in Pennsylvania and on 2,000 acres in New York. There are no homes, buildings, construction, fracking or any other natural or man-made disturbances that can affect the quality of our spring. The spring is not only protected on all sides, but is a mountain spring. This type of mountain spring cannot be affected by disturbances miles away that may run into the aquifer. Other types of springs can be affected by disturbances or events over 50 miles away as the water travels underground.
Our water is so pure that it technically qualifies as purified water by the FDA standards which call for TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) of less than 10 PPM (Parts Per Million). Our water has tested as “ND” by the most trusted source in annual testing which indicates “None Detected.”
The water that we bottle is captured before it reaches the surface and piped about a mile to our silos. In our silos the water is filtered through micron filtration and ozonated to keep it fresh. There are never any chemicals introduced to our water like Chlorine that can cause cancer! The water you drink has never tasted the outside air before you have opened the bottle to enjoy it. (From our bottler.)
With bottles that are eco-friendly and a 100% all natural resource from a pristine source. With a specifically designed manufacturing process, we have removed any possible outside influence that can affect taste.