Based in Revelstoke BC, Alkaline Springs is the only water bottling company in Canada that exceeds global quality standards of natural alkaline mineral water.
Our water provides an abundance of natural electrolytes and has a perfect balance of pH and alkalinity with a unique mineral content. There is mounting scientific evidence to show that naturally, alkaline water counteracts the negative impact of an acidic diet. For the benefit of good health, we should all be drinking alkaline mineral water.
Alkaline Springs provides a premium unique one-of-a-kind healthy natural mineral water that will satisfy local and international bottled water markets.
We are here to serve and enlighten our consumers:
- In their quest for healthy living,
- In the provision and safeguarding of precious drinking water and
- As a credible, responsible and recognized supplier of potable water.
OUR CORE COMPETENCIES
- Our commitment to safeguarding the environment,
- Our employees,
- Our industry lead-by-example philosophy,
- Our commitment to quality products,
- Our short and long term growth strategy and,
- Our corporate management team
The current bottled water industry in North America is stagnating under the supply of unimaginative, exploitive and poor quality water products. The bottled water industry began in the 1980’s with the concept of taking natural, healthy spring water and supplying it to consumers in small bottles. Initially ridiculed, this concept gained enormous public acceptance, spawning what is now a multi-billion dollar worldwide business. The quality of bottled water has progressed little since the inception of this business. Virtually all bottled water supplied in small bottles is manufactured filtered water. Spring water is typically neutral pH with few minerals, whilst filtered water is always acidic (around pH 5.5) and is totally demineralized. Naturally occurring surface spring waters are also highly variable in quality and content across different spring sources and more frequently have been found to be contaminated with pollutants that have entered the watershed. All bulk water supplies that have been generated from reverse osmosis filtering of local municipal water are acidic and demineralized.