IT TOOK MILLIONS OF YEARS TO BUILD, IT RUNS 365 DAYS A YEAR
24 HOURS A DAY.
IT'S NEVER BROKEN DOWN OR BEEN UPGRADED, AND ITS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT IS SIMPLY WONDERFUL.
OUR FACTORY MAKES WATER. COOL, CLEANSING & PURE.
When it comes to water ...
Nature knows best.
The ONEPURE® water quality is amongst the best in the world. The Heretaunga Plains aquifer located in Hawke’s Bay in the east of the New Zealand’s North Island, has enormous capacity. This is fed from the native forests of Kaimanawa and Kaweka Ranges charging the Ngaruroro River which is the main source of recharge. The ONEPURE® source is under pressure and leaves the ground at greater than 0.5 bar and requires no pumping. ONEPURE® raw water quality is excellent, with moderate levels of reactive silica providing a silky flavour which is very pleasant to the palette. It has a healthy pH of 8.0, with ideal mineralization, is microbial free and has no detectable contaminants. The water matrix is of the sodiumbicarbonate type which is naturally balanced and enriched with calcium, magnesium, potassium, chloride and sulphate.
Water from a natural source has an ideal combination of properties that make up its goodness and benefit to our health.
Civilisation through the ages has been drinking water from natural sources found at hand. Straight from nature – perfectly in sync with the natural cycle. Drinking water from an unnatural source or an ‘extensively treated’ water would be regarded as not as nature had intended.
Following its global natural cycle, water evaporates from the land and seas’ where it then condenses at the dew point into rain or a frozen form and starts its passage over the earth, forming the rivers and aquifers where it re‐enters the world’s oceans to start all over again.
Inevitably the water is polluted in the course of its travel with both organic and inorganic
contaminants; however its natural self‐cleaning ability helps maintain the balance in the environment. In this day and age the balance is getting heavily compromised and water is becoming irreversibly contaminated due to industrialisation, overpopulation and associated pollution of our planet.
New Zealand is part of the Southern Hemisphere with low population levels. This clean, green and naturally beautiful country is surrounded by large expanses of pristine oceans, with an economy largely based on natural farming practises. New Zealand is a nuclear free country, with low levels of industrialisation and associated contamination as compared to most other countries.
Therefore we can consider New Zealand to be an ideal source for truly natural water.