Only 0.6% of the world's water counts as groundwater. Spring water is groundwater which emerges from the ground with fantastic characteristics. Unlike other freshwater reserves, it has the advantage of usually being germ-free and containing minerals. In the last 50 years, a third of all drinking water resources have been lost due to pollution. Spring water is therefore an important resource. Only within professionally set-up, sealed systems does it reach us as high-quality, untouched drinking water.