What is a water spring?

Answer A water spring is a geologically created reservoir of water that flows out on its own due to gravity or hydrostatic (water) pressure. Alternately, well drillers may hit a layer of ground water whic... Read More »

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What is the difference between spring water, purified water, distilled water and drinking water?

Distilled water is water that has virtually all of its impurities removed through distillation. Distillation involves boiling the water and re-condensing the steam into a clean container, leaving m... Read More »

What Is the Difference of Faucet Water and Spring Water?

According to ACNielsen, Americans spent close to $9 billion on bottled water in 2003. The belief that bottled water is healthier than regular tap water is driving the sales, according to a Today sh... Read More »

Is either spring water or mineral water that is healthier to drink?

Spring water is better. Many of the mineral water drinks are from distilled (boiled) water with/without additives -- yuk, these don't taste great to me.The words "spring" and "mineral" are defined... Read More »

Does "Purified water" taste nasty compared to "Spring Water"?

spring water is enriched with all kinds of nutrients, while purified has most of them taken out. the bad taste you have with purified water isn't something tasting bad, it's just something that you... Read More »