Our Water

Why EartH₂O became B Certified

The Reason Earth2o became B Corp Certified At Earth2O, our mission is simple – lead our industry through world class efficiency and environmental consciousness, employee care and community involvement to create a greater good for all of us. Here it is not just a slogan. Earth2O stands proudly as the world’s first bottled water company to become a certified B Corp. Following on the heels of so many industry firsts, it was our inevitable next step. Watch the Earth2o.com website for more information about EartH₂O and how we are working to improve our efficiency, reduce our waste, and help our community. Keep […]

B Corp Certification

EartH₂O has become a B Corp! This means so much to us. Not only are we proud to be the first B Corp certified bottled water company but now we can show how we are working to be a positive social and environmental impact. In the next few weeks we’ll be talking about being a Certified B Corp and what it means to the products we produce and the environment in which we live. EartH₂O became a Certified B Corporation in 2015. B Corps are a new type of company that uses the power of business to solve social and environmental […]

Trace Radiation in Surface Water

This short video is an amazing illustration of exactly why there is trace radiation in all of our surface water. Our single source of Opal Springs assures that EARTH2O’s deep source purity has no trace radiation which means that it hasn’t seen the light of day since well before the early 1950’s. Please visit our website at EARTH2O.com for more information about our pristine, pure, and sustainable source. http://memolition.com/2013/10/16/time-lapse-map-of-every-nuclear-explosion-ever-on-earth/

Maintaining The Cooler in your Home or Office

While our Home and Office Delivery does include periodic cycling of water coolers, we thought it would be helpful to have instructions for the proper cleaning of your bottled water cooler.   This procedure uses unscented household liquid bleach as a cleaning agent.   Before you begin, gather the following items: •Clean disposable latex or non-latex gloves •Lint-free paper towels or clean, dry, lint free linen cloths or towels •Clean, long handled dish brush.  The long handle is necessary to reach the bottom of the reservoir. •Plastic scrubbing pad.  Never use soaps or detergents, steel wool or any other abrasives […]