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"This is the best tasting spring water I have ever had. We have been customers for over 15 years." - Pamela Bostwick

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Eldorado Springs Water Analysis

Chemical Analysis

Eldorado Artesian Springs, Inc. is regularly inspected by the FDA, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (usually accompanied by the Boulder County Health Department) and the Department of the Army (for military food sales).

Keep your body hydrated and your body's natural pH levels in balance! Eldorado water is always naturally alkaline — approximately 7.1 pH. Mother Nature created the perfect recipe which includes naturally occurring minerals and electrolytes.

The electrolytes are highlighted in orange below.

Constituent
MCL
(maximum contaminant level)
Result
pH 6.5-8.5 7.1
TDS 500 82
Color 15 units ND
Turbidity 1 NTU ND
Chloride 250 ND
Fluoride* 4 .16
Nitrogen, Nitrate-Nitrite 10 .67
Sulfate 250 17
Cyanide .1 ND
Phenolics - ND
Aluminum .2 ND
Bicarbonate - 30
Calcium - 10
Chromium .1 ND
Copper 1 ND
Iron .3 ND
Magnesium - 2.80
Manganese .05 ND
Potassium - 2.7
Silica - 16mg/L
Silver .1 .006
Sodium - 6
Zinc 5 ND
Lead .005 ND
Mercury .002 ND
Nickel - ND
Pesticides .00005 ND
Herbicides .00005 ND
VOC's (petroleum compounds) .00005 ND
Uranium .030 ND
     

*Naturally occuring fluoride. Check out our blog post about fluoride for more information.

All units in milligrams per liter (mg/L) unless otherwise noted.

ND = None Detected

NTU = Nephalemetric Turbidity Units

pci/L = Picocuries Per Liter 

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Mother Nature's Recipe

Eldorado water is always naturally alkaline — approximately 7.3 pH

Our water is regularly inspected and tested to ensure the best water for our customers. We understand the importance of knowing what we eat and drink in life and are happy to provide that clear information for you. Check out our water chemical analysis page.