Water Quality Report

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We are proud to share the official Alkaline88® water quality report with you. Please review the information below so you sip on Smooth Hydration® with full confidence! 


Physical Chemistry

AnalyteDetection Limit* mg/LFDA Standard of Quality* mg/LResult mg/L
Alkalinity (as CaCO3)2032
Apparent Color35ND*
Bicarbonate (as CaCO3)2032
Carbonate (as CaCO3)20ND
Corrosivity-1.43
Foaming Agents0.10.5ND
Hardness (as CaCO3)10ND
Hydroxide (as CaCO3)20ND
AttributeDetection LimitFDA SOQResult
Odor Threshold13ND
pH8.8
pH Temperature22 C
Specific Cond. @ 25C1110
Total Dissolved Solids5 ppm54 ppm500 ppm
Turbidity0.1 NTU5 NTU0.1 NTU

Microbiological Results

AnalysisLower Reporting Limit (CFU*)FDA SOQ (CFU)Result (CFU)
E. Coli1ND
Total Coliform1ND
Standard Plate Count1ND

Metals

AnalyteDetection Limit* mg/LFDA Standard of Quality* mg/LResult mg/L
Aluminum0.050.2ND
Antimony0.0030.006ND
Arsenic0.0020.010ND
Barium0.102ND
Beryllium0.0010.004ND
Boron0.10ND
Cadmium0.0010.005ND
Calcium2.0ND
Chromium0.0070.1ND
Copper0.002ND
Iron0.0200.3ND
Lead0.0010.015ND
Magnesium0.10ND
Manganese0.0040.05ND
Mercury0.00020.002ND
Nickel0.0050.1ND
Potassium1.0ND
Selenium0.0020.1ND
Sodium122
Thallium0.0010.002ND
Uranium0.0010.030ND
Zinc0.0045ND

Other

AnalyteDetection Limit* mg/LFDA Standard of Quality* mg/LResult mg/L
Asbestos0.187ND
Bromate0.0050.010ND
Bromide0.005ND
Chloramine as Cl20.054ND
Chloride1.025014
Chlorine as Cl20.054ND
Chlorine Dioxide as ClO20.10.8ND
Chlorite0.0051ND
Cyanide0.020.1ND
Fluoride0.104ND
Nitrate as N0.05100.30
Nitrite as N0.051ND
Ortho Phosphate2.0ND
Perchlorate0.00005ND
Sulfate5.0250ND

Trihalomethanes (THMs)

AnalyteDetection Limit* mg/LFDA Standard of Quality* mg/LResult mg/L
Bromodichloromethane0.00005ND
Bromoform0.00005ND
Chloroform0.00005ND
Dibromochloromethane0.00005ND
Total THMs0.000050.080ND

Haloacetic Acids (HAAs)

AnalyteDetection Limit* mg/LFDA Standard of Quality* mg/LResult mg/L
Dibromoacetic Acid0.0010ND
Dichloroacetic Acid0.0010ND
Monobromoacetic Acid0.0010ND
Monochloroacetic Acid0.0010ND
Trichloroacetic Acid0.0010ND
Total HAAs0.00100.060ND

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

AnalyteDetection Limit* mg/LFDA Standard of Quality* mg/LResult mg/L
1,1,1,2- Tetrachloroethane0.0005ND
1,1,1- Trichloroethane0.00050.2ND
1,1,2,2- Tetrachloroethane0.0005ND
1,1,2- Trichloroethane0.00050.005ND
1,1- Dichloroethane0.0005ND
1,1- Dichloroethene0.00050.007ND
1,1- Dichloropropene0.0005ND
1,2,3- Trichlorobenzene0.0005ND
1,2,3- Trichloropropane0.0005ND
1,2,4- Trichlorobenzene0.00050.07ND
1,2,4- Trimethylbenzene0.0005ND
1,2- Dichlorobenzene0.00050.6ND
1,2- Dichloroethane0.00050.005ND
1,2- Dichloropropane0.00050.005ND
1,3,5-TriMethylbenzene0.0005ND
1,3-Dichlorobenzene0.0005ND
1,3- Dichloropropane0.0005ND
1,4-Dichlorobenzene0.00050.075ND
2,2-Dichloropropane0.0005ND
2-Chlorotoluene0.0005ND
4-Chlorotoluene0.0005ND
4- Isopropyltoluene0.0005ND
Benzene0.00050.005ND
Bromobenzene0.0005ND
Bromochloromethane0.0005ND
Carbon Tetrachloride0.00050.005ND
Chlorobenzene0.00050.1ND
Chloroethane0.0005ND
cis- 1,3-Dichloroethene0.00050.07ND
cis- 1,3-Dichloropropene0.0005ND
Dibromomethane0.0005ND
Dichlorodifluoromethane0.0005ND
Dichloromethane0.00050.005ND
Ethylbenzene0.00050.7ND
Hexachlorobutadiene0.0005ND
Isopropylbenzene0.0005ND
Methyl Tert Butyl Ether0.0005ND
Methyl Ethyl Ketone0.005ND
Napthalene0.0005ND
n-Butylbenzene0.0005ND
o-Xylene0.0005ND
p and m Xylene0.0010ND
Propylbenzene0.0005ND
sec-Butylbenzene0.0005ND
Styrene0.00050.1ND
tert-Butylbenzene0.0005ND
Tetrachloroethene0.00050.005ND
Toluene0.00051ND
trans-1,2-Dichloroethene0.00050.1ND
trans-Dichloropropene0.0005ND
Trichloroethene0.00050.005ND
Trichloroethene0.00050.005ND
Trichlorofluoromethane0.0005ND
Trichlorofluoroethane0.0005ND
Vinyl Chloride0.00050.002ND
Xylenes (total)0.000510ND

Other Organic Compounds

AnalyteDetection Limit* mg/LFDA Standard of Quality* mg/LResult mg/L
Glyphosate0.0060.7ND
Total PCBs0.00050.0005ND
Total Phenols0.0010.001ND

Radiological Compounds

AnalyteDetection Limit* mg/LFDA Standard of Quality* mg/LResult mg/L
Gross Alpha150.517
Gross Beta500.689
Ra 22650.110
Ra 22850.527
Radon20.7

Notes

TermDefinition
Detection LimitMinimum detectable level of analyzed substance
Standard of Quality (SOQ)Levels set forth as acceptable by the FDA
ND (Not Detected)Sample below detection limit
CFUColony Forming Unit, generally determined to be the number of initial bacteria present in the sample.

Statements required by California CDPH:

Water Purification Process

Alkaline88 water is purified via Reverse Osmosis to remove any impurities and potential contaminants. Minerals are then added for taste. Electrolytes are introduced to stabilize the product pH to ≥8.8.

Definitions

Statement of Quality:

Bottled water meets requirements set forth by the United States Food and Drug administration as well as the United States Environmental Protection Agency. These regulations define the maximum legal limits for potential substances allowed in Public drinking water. The California Department of Public Health adopts the relevant FDA regulations for Bottled Water Quality. 


Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL):

The Maximum Contaminant Level is the maximum level of a contaminant allowed in public drinking water. 


Primary Drinking Water Standards (PDWS):

Primary Drinking Water Standards are set to provide the greatest possible Public Health protection. These standards include setting MCLs and their monitoring and reporting requirements in such a way as to prevent adverse health effects. These standards align with the Public Health Goals for those contaminants.


Public Health Goal(s) (PHG):

The Public Health Goal is the level of contaminant known to have no adverse effect on Public Health. PDWS are set below these Goals.

FDA and State regulations

Regulations

In order to ensure that bottled water is safe to drink, the United States Food and Drug Administration and the State Department of Public Health prescribe regulations that limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by bottled water companies.

Incidental Contaminants

Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the United States Food and Drug Administration, Food and Cosmetic Hotline (1-888-723-3366).


Some persons may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised persons, including, but not limited to, persons with cancer who are undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, persons with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly persons, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These persons should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. The United States Environmental Protection Agency and the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by cryptosporidium and other microbial contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (1-800-426-4791).

Possible Water Sources

The sources of bottled water include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As water naturally travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it can pick up naturally occurring substances as well as substances that are present due to animal and human activity.Substances that may be present in the source water include any of the following:


1. Inorganic substances, including, but not limited to, salts and metals, that can be naturally occurring or result from farming, urban stormwater runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, or oil and gas production.


2. Pesticides and herbicides that may come from a variety of sources, including, but not limited to, agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and residential uses.


3. Organic substances that are byproducts of industrial processes and petroleum production and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, agricultural application, and septic systems.


4. Microbial organisms that may come from wildlife, agricultural livestock operations, sewage treatment plants, and septic systems.


5. Substances with radioactive properties that can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.

Information on Product Recalls

In the event of a Product recall, the FDA makes product recall information publicly available and searchable on their Database.The FDA Product Recall Database can be found here.


For further information on the potential health effects of substances listed in this report or for any other questions or concerns, please contact Alkaline 88.


Mail:

14646 N Kierland Blvd | Suite 255

Scottsdale, AZ 85254


Phone:

1.866.242.0240


Locations covered by this report:


C-Force

6151 Highway 90

Navasota, TX 77868


Chameleon Beverage

6444 East 26th street

Commerce, CA 90040