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About us

DEEP WATERS is a New Zealand owned trust based in the heart of the South Island, with access to an abundance of pure natural artesian water. DEEP WATERS operates a state-of-the-art bottling facility to international standards, at the water source located in the very low populated Canterbury plains.

DEEP WATERS is dedicated to supplying high quality pure natural water to international and local markets. Our investment in to modern plant and partnerships with key suppliers, enables us to keep bottling costs low, without compromising the high quality desired and expected by the end consumer.

Factory Pictures

Factory Factory Factory

Deep Waters Bottling Process Flow Diagram

Water Source

DEEP WATERS sources all of its water from a 239 foot (73 metre) deep confined aquifer. DEEP WATERS begins its journey from the most isolated part of the globe; Antarctica. Water vapour lifted by powerful cold katabatic winds travels across the ice-cold southern ocean before falling as rain, high in the spectacular Southern Alps of the South Island of New Zealand. The water then naturally makes its way via underground rivers towards the coast, finding paths in to confined aquifers, undergoing natural filtration while gaining essential minerals along the way. The water is greater than 80 years old before it flows out of the ground and in to the DEEP WATERS bottles.

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Water Quality

DEEP WATERS purity and mineral content has been verified by reputable New Zealand laboratories. The water is of very high quality with a soft taste and is naturally low in dissolved solids:

DEEP WATERS Typical analysis mg/l

Calcium
22.5
Magnesium
2.7
Sodium
12.5
Silica
18.2
Nitrate
0.3
Sulphate
<4
Chloride
8.1
Potassium
0.9
pH
7.8
Hardness
68
Total dissolved solids
118

To ensure the water maintains its high quality DEEP WATERS applies filtration down to 0.2 micron and a world class Ozonation process to ensure no contamination from the bottles and caps. The generated ozone naturally dissipates after a short period of time resulting in oxygen enriched water. DEEP WATERS has a shelf-life of two years.

For further information about DEEP WATERS or any of our products or services you can contact us here.

Laboratory Reports

Hills Laboratory Analysis Report
Hills Laboratory Water Analysis Report
Codex HACCP Certification

“Good water, good life. Poor water, poor life. No water, no life.”
~ Sir Peter Blake 

Katabatic Wind

Aquifer Diagram