Global Economic Trend Analysis - Iceland Global Water

Mosfellsbaer, Iceland (PressExposure) November 05, 2009 -- Many commercial water brands, even the more popular ones, use substandard municipality water that undergoes treatment to take away hazardous chemicals and micro-organisms. The water that comes from a 20,000 year old glacier is not manufactured to meet the standards of chemical and biological safety because, quite simply, it came from an unpolluted time. The water of Iceland Global Water is naturally filtered by numerous layer of lava rock…call it the best form of filtration by Mother Nature.

Iceland Global Water (IGW) has exclusive long-term agreements to source and export glacier water from Iceland. The unique source of glacier water has is one of the purest in the world. Iceland Global Water can deliver water in large bulk (from 50,000 tonnes) and medium bulk (24,000 litres per container) quantities worldwide. We can be flexible according to our customers needs.

IGW sources its water from the edge of the glacier at the point, after it has been filtered by nature through hundreds of meters of porous volcanic lava-rock. The resulting water is of medicinal grade purity; very low in total dissolved solids, and naturally free of unhealthy chemicals and toxic metals. With a pH of 7.3 it nourishes and hydrates your body's cells at equilibrium. Only settle for the best when it comes to you and your loved ones health and well being. All other beverages and products can be enhanced by its use.

For medium-bulk deliveries IGW’s water makes use of 24,000 litre flexi-tanks which are neutral and are FDA and EU approved for contact with food ingredients, yet offer excellent tensile strength and durability for long-distance shipping while IGW’s large-bulk deliveries are delivered using large water tankers to ports World Wide.

Please contact Dino Ekonomidis at +354 820 1277, or send email to for more information.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 04, 2009 at 9:47 am
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