Where Your Water Comes From - Slideshow

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Where Your Water Comes From - Slideshow

Poland Spring

Poland Spring

Poland Spring, Maine
Owned by Nestlé Waters
Built in 1895, this structure protects the original well to the Poland Spring. Be sure to get a tour from Jason Libby, the resident historian.
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Evian

Evian

Évian-Les-Bains, France
Owned by Danone Group
Evian water filters through the slopes of the Alps for more than 15 years before reaching the picturesque town of Evian-Les-Bains on Lake Geneva.
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Poland Spring

Poland Spring, Maine
Owned by Nestlé Waters
Built in 1895, this structure protects the original well to the Poland Spring. Be sure to get a tour from Jason Libby, the resident historian.
Read More:
Where Your Bottled Water Comes From

Evian

Évian-Les-Bains, France
Owned by Danone Group
Evian water filters through the slopes of the Alps for more than 15 years before reaching the picturesque town of Evian-Les-Bains on Lake Geneva.
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Where Your Bottled Water Comes From

Zephyrhills

Crystal Springs, Florida
Owned by Nestlé Waters
Diverse wildlife inhabit this beautiful 525-acre preserve in central Florida. Perhaps the preserve's most amazing feature, the Crystal Springs gush with 40 million gallons of water per day.
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Fiji Water

Rakiraki, Viti Levu, Fiji
Owned by Fiji Water Company
Near the town of Rakiraki, the Fiji Water bottling plant sits between verdant hills and the sandy shore of Viti Levu, the largest Fijian island.
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Dasani

Atlanta, Georgia
Owned by The Coca-Cola Company
Although Dasani is a part of the Coca-Cola Company -- whose headquarters are in downtown Atlanta -- the bottled water comes from local sources and bottling facilities.
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Perrier

Vergèze, France
Owned by Nestlé Waters
Perrier is one of the few water companies to give public tours. And with such a beautiful site to show off, we understand why they do it. Tours usual conclude at the Harmsworth House, a French provincial chateau that belonged to brand's founder Lord Harmsworth and now hosts the Perrier museum.
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San Pellegrino

San Pellegrino Terme, Italy
Owned by Nestlé Waters
Looking like the Paris Opera, the San Pellegrino Water Hall just might be the most glamorous place in the world dedicated to sipping acqua.
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