Natural source waters are renewable resources, constantly replenished through nature’s water cycle. Producers of natural source waters manage natural resources carefully and respectfully. The amount of water that is withdrawn is below natural flow rates.
Comprehensive groundwater management practices are essential to guarantee both the quality and quantity of natural source waters, namely:
- To ensure no harmful impact on the water environment
- To ensure that resources remain available for safe water consumption for generations to come
Producers undertake numerous hydrogeological studies to analyse underground aquifers, continuously monitoring the groundwater source and to ensure sustainable rates of abstraction. Continuous monitoring, control of activities and risk prevention are all measures that are implemented to guarantee the quality and quantity of the water.