Eden Water

The quality of our water is our top priority; that's why we only work with carefully selected springs.


The earth keeps its secret on the inside: "Water." The springs of Eden emanate naturally, taking their time, since the water makes a long journey in which it spends more than 15 years purifying and mineralising. Different geological layers act as a natural filter, guaranteeing its purity and balanced mineralisation, which are ideal for the organism. Eden brings the well-being to you: you only have to drink. Drinking water is one of the most effective ways of ensuring good health. Eden water comes from springs carefully selected by our experts, located in places protected from pollution, far from contamination sources, but very close to you.

Our bottled water is much better than tap water which contains chlorine to suppress the growth of the microbes which it picks up during transport through mains pipework. Tap water may also come from mixed sources, including reservoir water that has been through treatment works. Eden water however, is only treated with ozone (a powerful water sanitiser which leaves no chemical or taste residues), providing assurance of hygienic quality. Our two sources in Scotland and the South East of England, are boreholes which are well protected from surface water contamination.

To ensure you receive the highest quality water, the source must comply with the Water Supply Regulations 2010, which means it must be regularly monitored for a wide range of chemicals and microbes. We have many years’ worth of results of such monitoring, showing that the quality of the supply meets consistently high standards.

Discover our natural sources!

Lochwinnoch Renfrewshire


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.


ppm (mg/l) except for pH

  • Calcium: 26
  • Magnesium: 6
  • Sulphate: 18
  • Sodium: 18
  • Chloride: 25
  • Fluoride: Less than 0.2
  • Hardness as Ca: 36
  • pH (at source): 7.2

West Hyde, Hertfordshire


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.


ppm (mg/l) except for pH

  • Calcium: 115
  • Magnesium: 25
  • Sulphate: 11
  • Sodium: 10
  • Chloride: 24
  • Fluoride: Less than 0.2
  • Hardness as Ca: 129
  • pH (at source): 7.1