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About our water

Our 12-step quality process

We’re committed to delivering crisp, clean tasting water, and we have high standards. That’s why every drop goes through a rigorous 12-step quality process.

Collect and purify

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Careful Collection

We collect water from a well or municipal supply which is regularly checked for quality. It travels through stainless steel pipes in our factories.

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Carbon Filtration

If it comes from a municipal supply, the water is filtered through activated carbon to remove chlorine and some other chemicals that might be present.

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Then minerals are removed by boiling the water and collecting its condensation, known as distillation, or by forcing it through a membrane, known as reverse osmosis.

Add minerals and filter

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The water moves to storage tanks, where its checked daily.

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Next just the right balance of minerals is added, to give our water its refreshing, smooth taste.

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The water then passes through very small sieve-size filters.

Bottle and label

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We destroy bacteria with ultraviolet light rays - and sometimes ozone gas.

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We bottle in a state-of-the-art filling room. Most of our bottles are made on-site, so we can be sure they’re up to our standards.

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Every bottle is labeled and stamped with the time and place where it’s filled.

Clean and test

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Cleaning Process

The equipment is automatically cleaned at specific times and temperatures to make sure everything remains spotless, from start to finish.

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Quality Assurance

Water, packaging and processes are all monitored by a Quality Assurance team to make sure they meet our standards.

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Laboratory Check

Finally, samples of our water are sent to the National Testing Laboratory where they’re checked against state and national standards.