Mountain pure watersystem
This water later penetrates the ground and becomes groundwater. As the process goes, naturally groundwater will going through natural filtration process. The water moves through layers of underground rocks that have different structures in each layer, which naturally filtrate the water from any substances. This long process is the reason why spring water comes out as clean and clear one. As the natural filtration process goes, minerals become dissolved in the water as it moves through underground rocks layers.
This process may give the water flavor or even carbon dioxide bubbles depending on the nature and geological condition of the ground. Springs which contain significant amount of minerals are called “mineral spring” which the water often bottled and sold as “mineral water”. Springs that contain large amount of dissolved sodium salts are called soda spring.
Mountain pure water is often being a subject of popular misconceptions. Many people believe that mountain spring water is actually “pure water”, the pure water without any other impurities in it. Spring water actually contains many of the same impurities with those found in drilled wells, and even comparable to those of tap water. This misconception may appear as a result of advertising pitches of the spring water itself.
It is turned out that the 100% pure” is not referring to the absence of impurities in the water, but to the source of the water itself. In other words, we can say that it is 100% guaranteed if the water came from a mountain spring. This clever phrase makes a great misleading among people, and the fact that most of them actually believe it is more worrying.
Bottling water starts at the source, maybe a protected spring or underground wells. The water from the source still has to go through filtration process which could include source protection, source monitoring, reverse osmosis, then ultraviolet light, other wise distillation, micron filtration, and ozonation which is done by human.