Bottled Drinking Water

Bottled drinking water, also known as table water, may originate from various sources, including groundwater, surface water and municipal supply.

Bottled drinking water must comply with national and EU drinking water regulations, which are different to the rules governing natural mineral water and spring waters. Bottled drinking water, also known as “table water”, is commonly treated and disinfected for taste. Purification by chemical and physical treatment, such as chlorination and reverse osmosis, is common practice.

Carbon dioxide may be added to create a sparkling water. Minerals may be restored to this water.

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