THE SOURCE

1.6 million years ago during the start of the last Ice Age, vast parts of Canada were covered by glaciers. Today, despite that the last Ice Age ended nearly 10,000 years ago, many mountains still rise to heavily glaciated peaks across Canada, including the largest temperate-latitude ice fields in the world.

200 kilometers Northwest of Vancouver in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, on land protected by government and secluded in nature, shielded from civilization and industry; the ancient ice fields of the Toba Inlet form the source of our ultra-pure Ice Age Glacial water.

THE SOURCE

1.6 million years ago during the start of the last Ice Age, vast parts of Canada were covered by glaciers. Today, despite that the last Ice Age ended nearly 10,000 years ago, many mountains still rise to heavily glaciated peaks across Canada, including the largest temperate-latitude ice fields in the world.

200 kilometers Northwest of Vancouver in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, on land protected by government and secluded in nature, shielded from civilization and industry; the ancient ice fields of the Toba Inlet form the source of our ultra-pure Ice Age Glacial water.

THE PROCESS

Compression and geothermal energy cause the bottom of ice fields to be slightly warmer than the ice above it. As the bottom of the ice fields naturally melts, ultra-pure glacial water filters and purifies itself through the settlement and into glacial lakes.

These flows of glacial water then run over cliffs without ever forming a spring. As it falls, we collect our Ice Age Glacial Water and then transport it to our nearby bottling facility.

An underground spring lets the water collect more dissolved solids as it sits – our glacial melt water is dynamic, moving near constantly, and therefore very little mineral content is imparted into the water. Ice Age Glacial Water is ultra-pure the second we collect it.

With the addition of modern bottling facility and following the strict guidelines of both Health Canada and the FDA, we bring this precious glacial water to the world.

The result: naturally pure glacial water with only 4 parts per million of total dissolved solids.  No sodium. No fluoride. No chlorine.

THE PROCESS

Compression and geothermal energy cause the bottom of ice fields to be slightly warmer than the ice above it. As the bottom of the ice fields naturally melts, ultra-pure glacial water filters and purifies itself through the settlement and into glacial lakes.

These flows of glacial water then run over cliffs without ever forming a spring. As it falls, we collect our Ice Age Glacial Water and then transport it to our nearby bottling facility.

An underground spring lets the water collect more dissolved solids as it sits – our glacial melt water is dynamic, moving near constantly, and therefore very little mineral content is imparted into the water. Ice Age Glacial Water is ultra-pure the second we collect it.

With the addition of modern bottling facility and following the strict guidelines of both Health Canada and the FDA, we bring this precious glacial water to the world.

The result: naturally pure glacial water with only 4 parts per million of total dissolved solids.  No sodium. No fluoride. No chlorine.

THE IMPACT

Our glacier water is melted only by nature, we never and will never force the melting process.

As a company, we are deeply committed to reducing our bottling impact on the environment. We undertake numerous initiatives, including adopting the latest technology and equipment in bottling, packaging and lighting to improve efficiency and reduce consumptions, recycling 100% of our waste to reach our goal of zero waste to landfill and committing to source the packaging materials from renewable, recycled, or sustainable sources as much as possible.

With every day of operation, we will continue to try and find new ways to reduce our environmental footprint.

THE IMPACT

Our glacier water is melted only by nature, we never and will never force the melting process.

As a company, we are deeply committed to reducing our bottling impact on the environment. We undertake numerous initiatives, including adopting the latest technology and equipment in bottling, packaging and lighting to improve efficiency and reduce consumptions, recycling 100% of our waste to reach our goal of zero waste to landfill and committing to source the packaging materials from renewable, recycled, or sustainable sources as much as possible.

With every day of operation, we will continue to try and find new ways to reduce our environmental footprint.

Ice Age Glacial Water Company

1388 Derwent Way

Delta, BC V3M 6C4 Canada

Telephone: 604-323-0772 Fax: 604-648-9581

Email: [email protected]

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