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(of water) rising to the surface under internal hydrostatic pressure

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Stainless steel pipelines carry the water from the artesian aquifer directly to the plain where it is immediately bottled, capped and sealed under environmentally controlled conditions without any human intervention.
Beneath the Yaqara Valley on the Fijian island of Viti Levu lies a vast artesian aquifer, a huge volcanic chamber encapsulated by the rock walls of the collapsed craters.
Carbon testing proves that the underground artesian aquifer protects rainwater that fell more than 450 years ago, and it is protected by 1,500 miles of open Pacific Ocean from the nearest industrialized continent.
The water comes from a protected artesian aquifer half a mile underground in Covington, La.
About Evamor Naturally Alkaline Artesian Water: Bottled at the source, our water starts its journey thousands of years ago, filtering through hundreds of miles of earth and stone, ending its journey in a protected artesian aquifer half a mile underground in Covington, La.
Water is available from local groundwater sources and/or from a shallow artesian aquifer intersected at 625 feet in IAE-Trk-1.
Drawn from an artesian aquifer at the base of Mauna Loa on the Big Island of Hawaii, Hawaiian Springs bottles its water directly from the source within 30 days of falling as Arctic rain.