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LOCAL WATER SOURCES

We take great pride in our water, which comes from natural aquifiers located within the UK. These protected borehole sources provides the high quality and great tasting water found in every bottle of Eden Springs delivered here in the UK.

UK water

Bottling & Handling



With over 5 million reusable Eden water cooler bottles filled every year, it’s fair to say we have some experience in bottling!
Hygiene and food safety are paramount throughout the bottling process. Our quality and testing procedures, and implementation of HACCP methodology ensure that all our bottled water is safe, free from harmful bacteria and fulfills the requirements of The Natural Mineral Water, Spring Water and Bottled Drinking Water Regulations 2007, and other European and UK Food Safety Legislation. Our production facilities and processes are independently audited every year to the requirements of the British Water Cooler Association Code of Practice, and subject to routine inspection by Environmental Health authorities.

Water Sources throughout the UK



The borehole sources are well protected from surface contamination, analysed annually by UKAS accredited laboratories against The Natural Mineral Water, Spring Water & Bottled Drinking Water Regulations and are of exceptionally stable and consistent quality.

Lochwinnoch Renfrewshire



Water supplied to our customers in Scotland and the North of England is abstracted from beneath the picturesque countryside at the foot of the Renfrewshire Hills, adjacent to Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park – Scotland’s Largest Regional Park.

Typical Analysis and Mineral Content:

Calcium 22 mg/l
Magnesium 6,5 mg/l
Potassium 2,2 mg/l
Sodium 15 mg/l
Chloride 21,2 mg/l
Sulphate 28 mg/l
pH 6,7  


West Hyde, Hertfordshire



Conveniently located to serve London, the South of England and the Midlands, water is sourced from deep within the extensive chalk aquifer that lies under much of the South East.

Typical Analysis and Mineral Content:

Calcium 117,5 mg/l
Magnesium 1,9 mg/l
Potassium 1,3 mg/l
Sodium 9,7 mg/l
Chloride 18,0 mg/l
Sulphate 8,0 mg/l
pH 7,6