Spring water: Considered to be one of the purest forms of water, spring water is sourced from natural springs where water flows from an aquifer (underground layer of water) to the earth’s surface.
Mineral water: This water is high in minerals such as salts and sulphur compounds, due to the groundwater filtering through mineralised rocks. It can be extracted through a borehole, for example, or it naturally rises to the surface in springs.
Municipal Water: Municipal or tap water is treated water that is supplied to cities and towns. Water could be sourced from underground or surface water sources such as wetlands and rivers.
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