Our Facility

View the images below to see our process from start to finish.

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Spring Water vs. R.O. Water

Spring Water
Spring water is water that is harvested from a natural spring. Unlike many forms of bottled water that are filtered and treated to remove impurities, natural spring water is considered to contain a beneficial level of minerals and is normally bottled directly at the source. In recent years, spring water has become available in a number of different retail outlets.
Reverse Osmosis
Purification process utilizing a membrane, which allows only water to pass through. Holds back and cleans water of inorganic compounds such as minerals/salts, antimony, arsenic, asbestos, barium, beryllium, cadmium, chromium, copper, fluoride, mercury, nickel, nitrates/nitrites, selenium, sulfate and thallium.

How our system works

Our pure Florida water is collected from an underground reservoir, passes through carbon filters, then through a reverse osmosis system, removing all impurities, then passes through a holding tank. Before being processed the water goes through a series of filters and a ultra violet light, to ensure that the water is at its purest. The cleansing process is now complete and water is ready to be bottled, the water runs through the filler heads into the empty bottles. Once the bottle is filled it travels down the conver to the capping station. A cap is placed on the bottle and tightened. It travels down another conver for the private label to be applied. Then the bottles are packaged and shipped to the customer.