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Fresh From Maine. Poland Spring® comes from natural springs, all located in the beautiful state of Maine.

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Fresh From Maine. Poland Spring® comes from natural springs, all located in the beautiful state of Maine.

Mark’s a hydrogeologist. He monitors water flows, tracks precipitation levels and even studies the areas’ biodiversity.

All of this is to help ensure the springs and surrounding areas are sustainably managed. And to get the highest quality water delivered fresh for you.

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Want to know about YOUR bottle? We want you to have all the facts - like the exact day it was sourced from the earth.


Check it out! Look closely for the small code on your bottle, etched either above or below your label.

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The Poland Spring 100% Natural Spring Water you're drinking was carefully sourced from one of our 10 springs in Maine. It’s not uncommon that our water travels from spring to shelf within the same week! 

But that’s not where this journey ends…

 

Designed for Recycling

Our bottles are designed to be 100% recyclable when empty. Remember to put the cap back on before you recycle!

We use #1 PET plastic, which can be recycled over and over and over again!

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illustrated lineup of plastic water bottles of various sizes
illustrated lineup of plastic water bottles of various sizes
illustrated lineup of plastic water bottles of various sizes

Unfortunately

less than 30%

of plastic bottles get recycled in the US.

The rest likely end up in landfills…

Some in oceans.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Together, we can make a change.

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illustration of poland spring water bottle

recycle your bottle

And the next one.
And the next one.

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There are recycling facilities all over the U.S. that can help to turn it into something new - from a new bottle to a t-shirt and more!

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Curious about recycling in your own community? Visit berecycled.org for details specific to you.

And, if your community needs a recycling program, we want to know.

We’ve committed to using

100% recycled plastic

across our still water line by 2022*

*Still water bottles under 1 gallon size; labels & caps are recyclable, but not yet made with recycled material.

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3 water bottles in a triangular shape
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5 water bottles in a triangular shape
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white recycling logo with green background
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3 poland spring water bottles in a triangular shape

The bottle you have is made with 100% recycled plastic AND is 100% recyclable. (And, we’re working on rolling this out across all other bottle sizes too!)

We’ve committed $6 million to The Closed Loop Fund, we’re collaborating with The Recycling Partnership to help increase recycling rates across America, AND we’re asking YOU to recycle each and every time.

Together we can create a fresher future for generations to come.