A new approach for bottled water

More than 70% of the planet is covered with water. As needs grow, land-based water resources become scarce. Mankind has yet access to blue gold, with more than 97% of the world's water at sea.

A new approach for bottled water

More than 70% of the planet is covered with water. As needs grow, land-based water resources become scarce. Mankind has yet access to blue gold, with more than 97% of the world's water at sea.

A ressource for the future

Global access to drinking water is the very issue for the not-so-distant future. Deep Ocean Waters may be the most reliable and secure alternative to consider. Pure, pollution-free and mineral-rich, they represent nearly 95% of the world's water resources.

A ressource for the future

Global access to drinking water is the very issue for the not-so-distant future. Deep Ocean Waters may be the most reliable and secure alternative to consider. Pure, pollution-free and mineral-rich, they represent nearly 95% of the world's water resources.

A bottling vessel

Such a technology stands as a breakthrough in eco-aware bottling approaches. A bottling vessel can harvest, process, bottle and palletize Deep Ocean Water, and all this onboard. Combining production and transport shrinks the distance down to the lowest, for the greater good.

A bottling vessel

Such a technology stands as a breakthrough in eco-aware bottling approaches. A bottling vessel can harvest, process, bottle and palletize Deep Ocean Water, and all this onboard. Combining production and transport shrinks the distance down to the lowest, for the greater good.