When your great tasting water from The Water Express is delivered, you no longer have to worry about unknown impurities in the water you drink. We have partnered with Magnetic Springs an Ohio company which has meant purity for almost 40 years. The water that you get from The Water Express is nature's own uniquely pure beverage-free of sodium, chlorine and calories! It's delivered fresh each day from a naturally free flowing spring in rural southern Ohio to the bottling line. Monitored daily, it exceeds all governmental regulations for drinking water. Our bottler is strictly monitored by the Food and Drug Administration, and is certified by the National Sanitation Foundation and Safe Quality Food Program.
Yes, There Really Are Different Types of Water
Distilled Water: Water that has been vaporized into steam, then cooled to re-condense it back into water. The water's minerals are left behind, leaving only pure tasting steam-distilled water. The distillation process removes all minerals and impurities, leaving only less than one part per million (ppm) of total dissolved solids and meeting all chemical requirements of the US Pharmacopeia.
Premium Drinking Water is a carefully blended mixture of both our Distilled and Artesian Spring water. The natural minerals of our Artesian Spring water are blended with our Distilled water to appeal to those with discriminating tastes.
Spring Water: Water derived from an underground formation from which water flows naturally to the surface of the earth.
Artesian Water: Water from a well that taps a confined aquifer (a water-bearing underground layer of rock or sand) in which the water level stands at some height above the top of the aquifer.
Purified Water: Water that has been produced by distillation, deionization, reverse osmosis, or other suitable processes.
Mineral Water: Water that contains no less than 250 parts per million (ppm) total dissolved solids (TDS).
Sterile Water: Water, also known as “sterilized water,” that meets the requirements under Sterility Tests, in the United States Pharmacopeia, 23d revision.
Note: Carbonated water, soda water, seltzer water, sparkling water, and tonic water are considered soft drinks and are not regulated as bottled water.