Ice Mountain 100% Natural Spring Water (20 oz., 28 pk.)
About this item
- Ice Mountain bottled water
- Convenient to carry in a purse or backpack
- Suitable for serving at parties, events or game nights
- Recyclable bottles
Enjoy some crisp water fresh from the Midwest with Ice Mountain® 100% Natural Spring Water.
Ice Mountain 100% Natural Spring Water is carefully sourced from selected springs to provide you with spring water that offers naturally occurring minerals for a crisp, fresh flavor. Also, Ice Mountain bottled waters come in Eco-Shape bottles that are strong and sturdy while using less plastic.
Where is Ice Mountain Water Sourced?
The majority of Ice Mountain 100% Natural Spring Water is sourced from three different springs in the Michigan area: White Pine Springs, Evart Springs and Sanctuary Springs. Other Ice Mountain water sources are located along the East Coast and in the Midwest of the United States: Frontier Springs, Pennsylvania; Glenwood Spring, Maine; Sweetwater Falls, Tennessee; and Ruby Mountain, Colorado.
Although these other springs are used as Ice Mountain water sources, 95% of the Ice Mountain Spring Water is sourced from the three springs located in the heart of Michigan. Also, the bottling facility for the water is located in Stanwood, Michigan. To add to that, 90% of the bottled water in Stanwood, Michigan is shipped and served in locations within 250 miles of Stanwood. Ice Mountain bottled waters truly are Michigan-made and enjoyed.
Are These Water Bottles Recyclable?
These Eco-Shape bottles use less plastic to help keep the environment cleaner and to reduce waste. Using less plastic is now more important than ever in order to keep the earth clean and healthy. The average plastic product takes hundreds of years to degrade; luckily, the Ice Mountain bottled waters are 100% recyclable (except for cap and label). When recycling, discard the cap and label into your trash can before putting the bottle in the recycling. It's important to recycle your plastic bottles to reduce the amount of plastic in landfills, oceans and other natural habitats. Please do not litter, especially with items that are plastic.