Bottled water has certainly made the news in recent years. Not only is it a good idea to drink water regularly, there are times when it may be a bad idea for the environment. Of course, good or bad, it is a convenience that most of us take advantage of on a regular basis.
More than likely, you are familiar with bottled water in different varieties, including purified water and natural spring water. Natural spring water is descriptive because it comes from springs in the United States. Purified water is tap water that has been purified.
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According to Business Insider, popular bottled water comes from different locations. You can look at the list below to see where your favorite water is coming from.
Dasani: Purified water, local water supply
Nestle Pure Life: Purified water, well or municipal water
Aquafina: Purified water, public water sources, 40 bottling facilities in the U.S.
Poland Spring: Natural spring water, springs in Maine
Smartwater: Purified water, municipal water systems
Deer Park: Natural spring water, springs across the U.S.
Ozarka: Natural spring water, springs in Texas
Crystal Geyser: Natural spring water, springs across the U.S.
Of course, there is always the possibility that you don’t really care where your water is coming from but in that case, you may just want to rely on your local water system. It will cost you a lot more to drink bottled water compared to simply getting water from your own sink.SKM: below-content placeholder