Water Quality Standards

Culligan Understands the Importance of Water

You can count on water from Culligan to taste great every time. Our bottled water is produced under strictly monitored processing and bottling standards set forth by the IBWA, EPA and the Culligan Corporation. Our reverse osmosis water purification process is the leading edge in contaminant removal, able to reduce microscopic impurities and chemical elements far more effectively than carbon filters, carbon filter pitches and faucet filter attachments.

Bottled Water Quality

  • Culligan bottled water meets or exceeds all federal and state health standards
  • The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates bottled water as a food product, whereas the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates tap water provided by water utilities
  • The FDA Standards of Quality (SOQs) for bottled water must be as protective of public health as EPAs standards (known as Maximum contaminant Levels)

Culligan Water Sources

  • Culligan uses only state-approved source for our bottled water products
  • All sources are tested regularly to verify quality

Culligan Bottled Water Preparation

  • We use a multi-barrier approach process that protects against harmful chemicals and microbiological contaminants, including Cryptosporidium and E-Coli
  • Dedicated and sanitized stainless steel tanker trucks transport spring water
  • Spring water is passed through a set of one-micron absolute filters and ozonated
Learn more about how you can have better water.
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What Clients Say
We started renting last month, paying $40/month. They don't have an online portal, but offer auto-pay. Initial install was pricey ($900) because of how our house was set up. You may or may not end up with a big install bill. The install takes a good 6-8 hours. Happy with the equipment, install, and service. Big shout out to our sales rep, Jason, who was patient with all my questions. He was friendly, professional, efficient, responsive, and respectful about wearing a mask while in our home. One piece of feedback is sales reps should wear proper masks (surgical or cloth, or double masking since CDC guidance has changed), instead of the pull-up neck covering things (not sure what they are called). Those have been proven to be less effective that a regular mask. A few weeks after the install, Jason followed up with a phone call to make sure we we had everything we needed. If you're considering a water softener, it is 100% worth it. We immediately noticed a big difference with showering and laundry. 10/10, highly recommend!
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Allie
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