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The source of our natural spring water is from The Shawangunk Ridge in Ulster County New York.  Shawangunk Spring is in the middle of 14,000 square acres of federally preserved land.

To view our Spring Water brochure click here.



Reverse osmosis is a process of advanced micro-filtration in which source water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane that allows only water to pass through, not impurities or contaminants. Most reverse osmosis membranes will reject (or remove) impurities and particles larger than .001 microns. The purity of reverse osmosis water depends on the type and quality of the membrane being used and the rejection rate of the membrane and component filters.


To learn about our 7-Step Reverse Osmosis process click here.



Our alkaline water product is reverse osmosis water that is passed through a pH neutralizing filter composed of 50-percent calcite (calcium carbonate) and 50-percent corosex (magnesium oxide). The filter produces a water that maintains an average pH of 9.0 and higher.

Alkaline water can be made in several different ways. Traditionally people have used ionization to produce alkaline water with alkaline water ionizers and alkaline water machines.  Although these are effective in producing alkaline water, equipment such as an alkaline water ionizer or alkaline water machine may leave harmful contaminants in the water.  This is acceptable when the feed water supply is safe, yet be problematic with certain water conditions.  Also ionizers cannot control which minerals are present in the water, so areas with harmful mineral content in the feed water supply may still have the harmful minerals present in the water after ionization.

Finally, alkaline water that is produced through our corosex/calcite filter remains in the high PH range much longer than that produced by ionizer systems.

To view our Alkaline brochure click here.

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