Customer Notification:

As the situation with coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop, we want to share some of the steps we have taken to care for our employees, our customer and our communities in response to the outbreak.

If you plan to visit our office location, please be aware our office lobby has been closed to the public until further notice. Our drive-up window is staffed and ready to assist you to conduct any business.  You may also contact us via phone at 800-232-7332 or you can click here to reach us online and a customer service representative will be happy to assist you.  If you simply need to make a payment you may do so here.

You may also notice employees wearing gloves, wiping down surfaces and taking other precautions to protect you and other team members. These measures allow us to continue to operate our office services as usual during this difficult time.

How to protect yourself.

  • Wash hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Clean and disinfect things you touch often.
  • Cough or sneeze into a tissue and put tissue in trash.
  • If possible, stay home when you feel sick.
Thank you for your assistance and be safe.

Analysis & BPA

Water Analysis

Mountain Mist is bottled at the source, pumped directly from our wells into our bottling facility. From the sand and gravel sediment filter, ultra-violet sterilization light and ozonization system our water is bottled then delivered to your home or office within 24 hours!

What about minerals?

There are two forms of minerals, organic and inorganic. Organic minerals refer to living mineral such as those found in vegetables, fruits, seeds, grains, meats and nuts. Inorganic minerals refer to non-vegetable or non-animal matter, i.e. not living. This includes carbonate and lime compounds, calcium, iron and magnesium.

Reports

2019 Spring Water Analysis
2019 Purified Water Analysis
2019 Distilled Water Analysis

Bisphenol A (BPA)

Bisphenol A is an industrial chemical used to make polycarbonate plastic resins and epoxy resins. It has been used safely for more than 40 years.

Polycarbonate Plastic

Many familiar consumer products are made from polycarbonate plastics, including compact discs, impact resistant eye glass lenses, and food and beverage containers, including bottled water cooler containers. Polycarbonate plastic is also used to make streetlight globes, small and large household appliances, components of electrical/electronic devices, automotive applications, telephones, and safety and sports helmets. Polycarbonate sheets are used extensively in signs, windows and window protection, walkways, roofing structures, greenhouses, solar and construction glazing, and skylights. In addition, many food and medical devices are produced from polycarbonate (e.g., blood oxygenators used to purify blood and intravenous harnesses). Because of its use in food contact and medical products, polycarbonate and bisphenol A have undergone extensive safety testing, which has been reviewed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

What does this mean?

Based on our ongoing review, we believe there is a large body of evidence that indicates that FDA-regulated products containing BPA currently on the market are safe and that exposure levels to BPA from food contact materials, including for infants and children, are below those that may cause health effects.   However, we will continue to consider new research and information as they become available.

This position is consistent with two risk assessments for BPA conducted by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) Scientific Panel on Food Additives, Flavourings, Processing Aids and Materials in Contact with Food and the Japanese National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology.  Each of these documents considered the question of a possible low-dose effect and concluded that no current health risk exists for BPA at the current exposure level.

Test Results

2013 Test Results
2012 Test Results
2012 Test Results on 3yr Old Bottle
2010 Test Results
2008 Test Results on 10yr Old Bottle
2008 Test Results