Zero micro-plastic in Acilis artesian water
ZERO MICROPLASTICS FOUND IN SPRITZER NATURAL MINERAL WATER
Spritzer-the Silicon(Silica) Rich Natural Mineral Water has been tested by a reputable independent laboratory and shown to contain zero microplastics.
It had been reported in 2018 that research conducted at the State University of New York, found many international brands of bottled water contaminated with microplastics. They reported an average of 325 particles per litre, with concentration ranging from zero to more than 10,000 particles in a single bottle. 259 individual bottles from 27 different lots across 11 brands were tested, purchased from 19 locations in 9 countries. All in all, 93% found to contain microplastics.
Research showed that the microplastics ranges from 6.5 uM(micrometre) to 100 uM in sizes. However, the result of Acilis Water showed that in the these ranges, no microplastics were detected . This finding is a powerful affirmation of the stringent quality processes practiced in Spritzer.
Acilis by Spritzer is sourced from an underground aquifer beneath a 330 acre (266 football fields) landbank of pristine original natural tropical rainforest far away from all pollution, hence protecting the integrity, quality, safety and purity of its natural mineral water . From the water source to the bottle, Acilis by Spritzer is untouched by human hand.
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