Dominion Water Reserves (CSE: DWR) released further details this morning related to the development of its unique glacier water sources located in Quebec. The company has announced that in connection with its previously announced 25 year water sale contract with Aquanor, the company will be selling its water products in fully sustainable recyclable 1.5 litre bag formats.
The water sourced for distribution will come from Dominion Water’s unique reserve of glacial water, from one of only two permitted esker reserves within Quebec. The water source is anticipated to have an annual permitted volume of nearly one billion litres which can be drawn on each year, as a result of the water source naturally replenishing at a high rate of speed.
Further, the esker feautres naturally purified water as a result of the typically low temperature maintained naturally, around 5C. The low temperature prevents bacteria from forming while safeguarding the purity of the water. As a result, the water source avoids chemical refining that typical drinking water is subject to, such as ozonation or chlorination.
The packaging process, which will be unique to Aquanor, is a function of on-site installations that feature a large 1,500 litre reservoir, and 500 gallon per minute pump for the packaging process. The water, to be packaged and sold in fully sustainable recyclable packaging, will be sold in boxes containing six or nine bags of 1.5L water. The packaging is said to offer an eco-friendly approach while also providing an alternative to plastic or glass bottling.
Dominion Water Reserves last traded at $0.12 on the CSE.
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