The artesian springs located in Eldorado Canyon emanate from one of the most unique sources in the world. This spring water originates as rain and snow just east of the Continental Divide. From there, it enters an aquifer that passes underneath Eldorado Springs. An immense artesian pressure forces the water through a layer of sandstone up to the surface in Eldorado Springs, creating a natural filtering system.
Protecting the source from all other ground waters is a 500-foot thick layer of clay just above the sandstone that is impervious to ground water. Eldorado Springs is surrounded by hundreds of acres of local, state, and federal park land. All these factors contribute to water renowned as one of the purest natural springs in the world and judged to be the best-tasting water in North America.
Eldorado Natural Spring Water is a pure, clean, and healthy spring water that is low in Total Dissolved Solids (see the Eldorado Natural Spring Water analysis). Our water is not chemically treated in any way and the location and unique geological environment of our source ensures consistently pure water.
*There are several different types of filtration systems, each with their pluses and minuses. In the removal of harmful pollutants, some systems remove beneficial minerals such as calcium and zinc as well. With all the various options, it can sometimes get confusing which systems offer what. The following is an overview of the most common filtration methods:
Eldorado Natural Spring Water is available in Colorado in King Soopers, City Markets, Safeway, Albertson's, Vitamin Cottage, Whole Foods, and other fine stores.
Eldorado Natural Spring Water is distributed throughout the United States by the nations two largest natural foods distributors. Ask your favorite health food store to order Eldorado Natural Spring Water!
Eldorado Springs offers you the convenience to pay your bill online with your credit card. Go to our online payment page and enter your billing information. Click submit to confirm the payment. You will receive an email confirming the transaction if you provided us with your email address.
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The pool opens Memorial Day Weekend and stays open through Labor Day.
The pool is open 7 days a week between 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM.
If stored properly, water has a shelf life of two years. Water should be stored in a cool, dark, and dry place. It should be stored away from substances such as gasoline, chemicals, detergents and cleaning supplies. Water is so pure that it will pick up odors that cannot be detected in the air.
Yes, the basic cost for this service is only $75.00. The specifications for desigining your label are as follows.
*There are five types of health-threatening water pollutants:
*Source: The Drinking Water Book by Colin Ingram.
Want to know more? Check out our Eldorado Springs Water Analysis.
The bottled water industry is regulated by both the federal and state government. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations coupled with state standards offer consumers assurance that the bottled water they drink is clean, safe, stringently tested, and of the highest quality.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) uses the following definitions: Artesian Water or Artesian Well Water: "Water from a well tapping a confined aquifer in which the water level stands at some height above the top of the aquifer. Artesian water may be collected with assistance of external force to enhance the natural underground pressure."
Check out our blog post titled, "Know How it Flows: A Brief Explanation of The Different Water Types" for a quick run down of your water options.
At Eldorado , we are huge proponents of staying hydrated and healthy. In order to keep informed on the latest and greatest health advancements, we are constantly conducting research and seeking out information that could affect our product, and most importantly, affect you. We’ve recently received a few questions about our bottle types in regard to BPA. Here’s a quick explanation of what BPA is, as well as the reasoning behind the packaging options we have available.
Bisphenol A (BPA) is an industrial chemical that has been used to harden plastics since the 1960s. It can be found in anything from water bottles and canned food, to dental sealants and medical devices. Recent studies have shown that BPA can be ingested when consuming foods or liquids that have been packaged with BPA. It is also possible to pick up BPA through the air, dust, or water.
Please see our blog on this subject.
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