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A Video Tour of the Evamor Bottling Process

December 6, 2011

This is the Evamor Alkaline Water bottling plant. This state-of-the-art, highly efficient plant is built directly on top of the aquifer to minimize energy resources in capturing and bottling nature’s finest alkaline water.

Some waters are drawn from surface springs, rivers or even glaciers exposed to the atmosphere, but Evamor goes deeper. Starting out thousands of years ago as rain and snow, our water is filtered through thousands of miles of sediment and stone to end up in our protected artesian aquifer, half a mile under ground. The limestone mineral deposits in the aquifer over time and pressure have infused the water with its naturally high alkaline properties.

Evamor is water, pure and simple, with no added minerals and a clean, refreshing taste. However, it’s just as important to note what isn’t in Evamor. Tritium (radiation), surface pollutants and even prescription drugs can dirty ordinary waters regardless of how they’re filtered. But Evamor is drawn from an ancient source sealed off by tons of impenetrable rock long before pollution was a problem, making Evamor naturally purer water from a naturally purer time.

Our water comes rushing forth into our state of the art facility where it’s captured, bottled and ready for you to enjoy. When you open a bottle of Evamor Natural Artesian Water it is the first time the water has seen the light of day in thousands of years.

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