The Most Common FAQs Received at Our Drinking Water Store

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    With more and more people around the country, and indeed the whole world,  starting to take notice of the environmental impact that their everyday habits are having, it would be fair to say that things like bottled water and refillable water sources are more on trend now than they have ever been. Doing something like adjusting your drinking water habits is a small change in your life that can make a huge difference on a collective, worldwide scale. With this in mind, here are some of the most common FAQs that we receive at our drinking water store on a regular basis.

    What Are The Different Types Of Bottled Water?

    The key kinds of bottled water that are available to buy from various sources across the globe are:

    • Spring Water: bottled water that is derived from a natural source and underground formation, which is then collected at the source in question.
    • Purified Water: bottled water that has undergone the process of distillation, deionization and reverse osmosis to ensure that it meets the standards and guidelines of purified drinking water.
    • Mineral Water: bottled water that contains no less than 250 parts per million total dissolved solids, and it is distinguished from the other kinds because of its mineral and trace elements.

    How Do I Know If The Water Is Safe?

    The simplest way to check that you are drinking safe bottled water is to check that the brand is FDA-approved. Meeting the strict FDA code ensures that the drinking water in question is of a standard that has been accepted and recommended by the federal authorities (usually based on scientific and medical data).

    How Is Bottled Water Different From Tap Water?

    The key difference is that bottled water has been collected, processed, treated and distributed as a food product which means that it has had to go through stringent health checks before getting to market. Tap water, however, does not have to meet the same kinds of requirements and is not as strictly controlled as a bottle of water that has not been opened. Essentially, you cannot always guarantee the quality of the water that comes out of your faucet, but you can guarantee the quality of a bottle of water that has been treated and tested before being put on store shelves.

    Is Bottled Water Regulated?

    Yes, absolutely. The bottled water industry is subject to regulation on three different levels: federal, state and industry. These three levels combined work to ensure that you never have to worry about your health when choosing to go down the bottled water route versus tap water.

    If you want to add your support to the ever-increasing awareness around this topic, then don’t hesitate to browse the Urban Oasis website to discover everything that our drinking water store offers. There are a variety of services and options available, and we are sure that you will find something that suits your personal or workplace needs going forward. We look forward to hearing from you!

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