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Keep scrolling to follow the journey of your water from the spring, forward.

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Arrowhead® Mountain Spring Water is sourced from natural springs in the mountains of California, Colorado and British Columbia. Go ahead and explore!

Arrowhead® Mountain Spring Water is sourced from natural springs in the mountains of California, Colorado and British Columbia. Go ahead and explore!
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Larry is an engineer, and for the past 17 years he has managed the Arrowhead spring sources.  He monitors water flows, tracks precipitation, and is committed to water stewardship that benefits communities and the local watersheds.  

Larry’s impact is just one of the reasons that all six of our Arrowhead® California facilities have been independently certified by the Alliance for Water Stewardship.

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Want to know about the water in YOUR bottle? We want you to have the facts - like the exact day it was sourced from the earth.  


Check it out! Look closely for the small code on your bottle, etched either above or below your label. 

Eg. 110619310WF031
 

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The Arrowhead® 100% Mountain Spring Water you're drinking was carefully sourced from one of our natural springs. It’s not uncommon that our water travels from spring to shelf within the same week!

But that’s not where this journey ends... 

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Our bottles are designed to be 100% recyclable when empty.  Remember to put the cap back on before you recycle!

We use #1 PET plastic, which can be recycled over and over and over again! 

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Unfortunately, 

Less than 30%

of plastic bottles get recycled in the US. 

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The rest likely ends up in landfills…

Some in oceans. 

But it doesn’t have to be this way. 

Together, we can make a change. 

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And the next one.
And the next one.

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There are recycling facilities all over the U.S. that can help to turn it into something new – from a new bottle to a t-shirt and more!

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Visit berecyled.org for details about recycling in your community.

If your community needs a recycling program, we want to know. Enter your zip code and we’ll see what we can do to help! 
 

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We’ve committed to using 

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in all individual-sized still water bottles made in California*

* Labels and caps are recyclable, but not yet made with recycled material.

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Along with our sister brands, we’ve committed $6 million to The Closed Loop Fund to help improve recycling infrastructure across America.  

Together we can create a fresher future for generations to come.