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Badoit

Badoit
Badoit (pronounced “Ba-dwah”) is named after Auguste Badoit, who began bottling the water of Saint Galmier, in France’s Loire Valley, in 1838. The water was sold only in pharmacies until 1954. Badoit is a light, intensely sparkling naturally carbonated mineral water, with a rich mix of essential elements ... more

 
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Otakiri Aquifer
 
The Otakiri Aquifer* is located inland from Matata in the Bay of Plenty (BOP), New Zealand. The aquifer belongs to a ‘Deep System’ and is tapped at around 200 metres. The aquifer is artesian with strong pressure being driven from the Rotoma Hills (i.e. no pumping is required at the bore). Water age is around 50 years and its catchment is a large area of natural native bush. The pattern and magnitude of concentration of elements is consistent, based on samplings taken since 1896, and has no seasonal fluctuations. The water is technically ‘spring water’ with a TDS (total dissolved solids) of 130 mg/L. Density of human population in the surrounding area is less than one person per square kilometre. No commercial of industrial activity takes place in the recharge area and no such activity is forecast for the future. An independent geographical report from the BOP Regional Council states “the water ranks as probably the deepest, highest quality water in New Zealand”. (Source: Otakiri Springs website).

* Aquifer is the name given to an underground geological formation that stores water which may come to the surface through a spring or well.
 

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Wellsprings

Well Springs

‘Wellsprings - A Natural History of Bottled Spring Waters’, as the name suggests is the authoritative work on the history of bottled spring water in the US. The book examines every aspect from geology and hydrology of springs, chemistry of waters, evolution of the bottle and microbiology of bottled water. It also touches on law, ethics and marketing principals of the bottled water industry. A must read for aspiring spring owners! ... more

 
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Otakiri 932 UNZ