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Dannon Fluoridated Spring Water - Annual Water Quality
Naya Natural Spring Water - Annual Water Quality Report
At Naya Waters Inc. we are proud of the quality of our
products. Naya Natural Spring Water meets or exceeds
all bottled water standards for quality and safety at the
Federal and state level.
The US Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) regulate bottled water as a food.
Our scientists and independent certified laboratories
perform extensive tests on the water source and finished
bottled water product to ensure we exceed or are
compliant with all Federal and state bottled water
requirements.
In addition to existing stringent regulatory standards,
the Canadian Bottled Water Association (CBWA)
maintains a strict Model Code of quality for the water
bottling industry. Naya Waters meets or exceeds the
quality requirements of the CBWA’s Model Code.
Additionally, we take pride in the fact that our bottled
water production plant is Certified FSSC 22000 (a
scheme recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative
(GFSI) and annually inspected, by two independent
testing organization, SGS United Kingdom Ltd (SGS) and
NSF International (NSF). Based on annual plant
inspections and product testing by independent, third
party laboratories, SGS and NSF confirm that Naya
Natural Spring Water complies with federal and state
bottled water regulations and CBWA’s Model Code. NSF
is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For more information
about CBWA, SGS and NSF, please visit their websites:
www.cbwa-bottledwater.org www.sgs.com, www.nsf.org
or call CBWA at (905) 886-6928 and NSF at 1-800-6738010.
Naya Natural Spring Water Additional Safety
Measures
Naya Natural Spring Water is micronfiltered and UV
light disinfected. UV light has disinfectant properties.
UV light does not modify or alter the mineral
composition of the water and does not leave any
residual taste in the water.
Micronfiltration and UV light are all approved by US Food
and Drug Administration for use in the production of
Natural Spring Water.
Water Quality Data
Attached is a copy of our most recent extensive water
quality testing conducted by the independent certified
laboratory, NSF International (NSF). The NSF Report
lists the water quality test results for over 175
substances including inorganics (metals, minerals, etc.),
and organics (pesticides, herbicides, etc.) as well as
physical parameters. Naya Natural Spring Water is
analyzed for both regulated and unregulated substances.
This Report contains the substance analyzed, approved
test method used, test result, minimum detection limit,
measurement unit, date analyzed and FDA Quality
Standard for bottled water, if applicable. The FDA
Quality Standards are the maximum allowable levels for
over 80 substances in bottled water.
Naya Natural Spring Water is in full compliance
with all federal, state and industry bottled water
standards.
Naya Natural Spring Water Sources
Naya Natural Spring Water comes from high-quality and
well-protected springs. The spring name and location
are listed on the bottle’s label. Naya Waters’ springs are
approved by several state regulatory agencies based on
a detailed and extensive review.
For more information about Naya Natural Spring Water, call 1-800-268-6292 or write to us at
Naya Waters Inc., Quality & Regulatory department, 2500 Naya, Mirabel, Quebec, Canada J7N 3A7.
AL-Eng Oct2013
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Naya Natural Spring Water
California Bottled Water Report
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED TO BOTTLED
WATER CONSUMERS, UPON REQUEST
Naya Natural Spring Water
2500 Naya
Mirabel, Quebec J7N 3A7
Canada
1-800-268-6292
Source: Mirabel Spring
Terminology:
“statement of quality” – The standard (statement) of quality for bottled water is the highest level of a contaminant
that is allowed in a container of bottled water, as established by the United States Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) and the California Department of Public Health. The standards can be no less protective of public health that
the standards for public drinking water, established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or the
California Department of Public Health.
“public health goal (PHG)” – The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known of expected
risk to health. PHGs are set by the California Environmental Protection Agency.
“maximum contaminant level (MCL)” – The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water,
established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or the California Department of Public Health.
Primary MCLs are set as close to the PHGs as is economically and technologically feasible.
“primary drinking water standard” – MCLs for contaminants established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) or the California Department of Public Health that affect health along with their monitoring and reporting
requirements, and water treatment requirements.
Treatment Processes:
Micronfiltration
UV disinfection
California law requires a reference to FDA’s website for recalls: http://www.fda.gov/opacom/7alerts.html
Our product has been thoroughly tested in accordance with federal and California law. Our bottled water is a
food product and cannot be sold unless it meets the standards established by the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration and the California Department of Public Health. The following statements are required under
California law:
“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 that the general population. Immunocompromised 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 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).”
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“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.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Inorganic substances, including, but not limited to, salts and metals, that can be naturally occurring or result
from farming, urban storm water runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, or oil and gas
production.
Pesticides and herbicides that may come from a variety of sources, including, but not limited to, agriculture,
urban storm water runoff, and residential uses.
Organic substances that are byproducts of industrial processes and petroleum production and can also come
from gas stations, urban storm water runoff, agricultural livestock operations, sewage treatment plants, and
septic systems.
Microbial organisms that may come from wildlife, agricultural livestock operations, sewage treatment plants,
and septic systems.
Substances with radioactive properties that can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas
production and mining activities.”
“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.”
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NAYA, Agua natural de manantial – Informe anual de la calidad del agua
En Naya estamos orgullosos de nuestros productos.
Naya, agua natural de manantial, alcanza o excede
todos los estándares de calidad y seguridad impuestos
por el gobierno federal y estatal. La Administración de
Drogas y Alimentos de los Estados Unidos (FDA) regula
la comida y el agua. Nuestros científicos, así como
también
entidades
independientes
(laboratorios
certificados) testean de forma extensiva el agua de la
fuente y también el producto terminado para asegurar
que el producto exceda o alcanza las normas federales
del agua embotellada.
Además de los estrictos estándares regulatorios, la
asociación Canadiense del agua embotellada (CBWA)
mantiene un riguroso código de calidad para sus
miembros. NAYA es miembro de CBWA y alcanza o
excede los requisitos del código de CBWA. Así mismo
nos orgullese saber que nuestra planta es inspeccionada
anualmente sin aviso previo, por un agente de NSF
internacional (NSF). Basándose en estas inspecciones sin
aviso previo y en análisis realizados en el producto
terminado, NSF certifica que NAYA, agua natural de
manantial, cumple con las regulaciones federales y
estatales y también con el código de CBWA. NSF está
ubicado en Ann Arbor, Michigan. Para más información
acerca del CBWA o NSF, por favor visite sus páginas de
Internet:
http://www.cbwa-bottledwater.org
y
http://www.nsf.org/ o llame a CBWA al (905) 886-6928
y a NSF al 1-800-673-8010.
NAYA, Agua natural de manantial
NAYA, agua natural de manantial, proviene de
manantiales bien protegidos y de la más alta calidad. El
nombre del manantial así como también su ubicación
están presentes en la etiqueta de la botella. El manantial
de NAYA esta aprobado por varias agencias regulatorias
en varios estados que basan sus aprobaciones en
extensivas y detalladas revisiones.
Medidas de seguridad de NAYA agua natural de
manantial
NAYA, agua natural de manantial pasa por una
Filtración de micrón – uso de un filtro de micrón para
quitar las partículas microbiológicas – y Desinfección
UV – uso de la luz ultravioleta para desinfectar la fuente
de agua. El uso de la luz UV no modifica o altera la
composición mineral del agua y no deja ningún sabor
residual en ella tampoco.
Filtración de micrón desinfección UV son técnicas
aprobadas por la administración de drogas y alimentos
de los Estados Unidos para su uso en la producción del
agua natural de manantial.
Datos sobre la calidad del agua
Se adjunta una copia de nuestras más reciente pruebas
de calidad del agua realizadas por el laboratorio
certificado independiente, NSF internacional. Los
Informe de NSF listan los resultados de la pruebas de
calidad del agua, más de 175 sustancias, incluyendo
productos inorgánicos (metales, minerales, etc.),
orgánicos (plaguicidas, herbicidas, etc.) y microbianos
así como también parámetros físicos. NAYA, Agua de
natural manantial, testea tanto las substancias
reguladas, como las substancias no reguladas.
El
presente informe contiene las substancias analizadas, los
métodos de ensayo utilizados aprobados, los resultados
de la pruebas, los límites mínimos de detección, las
unidades de medición, la fecha y las normas de Calidad
para el agua embotellada impuestas por la FDA. Las
normas de calidad impuestas por FDA determinan los
niveles máximos permisibles de más de 80 sustancias en
el agua embotellada.
NAYA, Agua natural de manantial se encuentra en
pleno cumplimiento de todas leyes federal,
estatales y de la industria del agua embotellada.
Para obtener más información acerca de NAYA, Agua natural de manantial, Iiame all 1-800-268-6292 o escríbanos
a Naya Waters Consumer Affairs, 2500 Naya, Mirabel, Quebec, Canada J7N 3A7.
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NAYA Agua natural de manantial
Informe del agua embotellada de California
EL ESTADO DE CALIFORNIA REQUIERE QUE LA SIGUIENTE INFORMACION SEA PROVEIADA A LOS
CONSUMIDORES DE AGUA EMBOTELLADA CAUNDO ESTOS ÚLTIMOS LA PIDAN.
Naya agua natural de manantial
2500 Naya
Mirabel, Quebec J7N 3A7
Canada
1-800-268-6292
Source: Manantial Mirabel
Condiciones:
“declaración de calidad” – el patrón o norma (declaración) de calidad para el agua embotellada es el nivel más alto
que un contaminante está permitido en un envase de agua embotellada, según lo establecido por la Administración
de Drogas y Alimentos de los Estados Unidos (FDA) y el Departamento de Salud Pública de California. Los estándares
no pueden proteger menos la salud pública que los estándares para el agua potable pública, establecidos por la
Agencia de Protección Ambiental de los Estados Unidos (EPA) o el Departamento de Salud Pública de California.
“objectivo de la salud pública (PHG)” – Que el nivel de un contaminante en el agua potable este por debajo del cual
no hay riesgo conocido o previsto para la salud. Las PHGs son fijadas por la Agencia de Protección Ambiental de
California.
“Nivel máximo del contaminante (MCL)” – Es el nivel más alto que un contaminante está permitido en el agua
potable, establecido por la Agencia de Protección Ambiental de los Estados Unidos (EPA) o el Departamento de la
Salud Pública de California.
MCLs primarios se fijan tan cercanos a la s PHGs como sea económica y
tecnológicamente factible.
“norma primaria para agua potable” – MCLs para los contaminantes que afectan la salud establecidos por la Agencia
de Protección Ambiental de los Estados Unidos (EPA) o el Departamento de la Salud Pública de California junto con
sus requisitos de monitoreo y preparación de informes, y requisitos de tratamiento de aguas.
Tratamiento del agua:
Filtración de micrón
Desinfección UV
Sitio Internet de la FDA para la recuperación de producto: http://www.fda.gov/opacom/7alerts.html
Nuestro producto ha sido completamente testeado conforme a las leyes federales y de las California. Nuestra
agua embotellada es un producto alimenticio y no puede ser vendido a menos que cumpla las normas
establecidas por al Administración de Drogas y Alimentos de los Estados Unidos y el Departamento de Salud
Pública de California. Las siguientes declaraciones son requeridas bajo las leyes de California:
“En el agua potable, incluyendo el agua embotellada, se puede esperar, razonablemente, que contenga por lo menos
pequeñas cantidades de algunos contaminantes. La presencia de contaminantes no indica necesariamente que el
agua constituya un riesgo para la salud. Mayor información sobre los contaminantes y los posibles efectos sobre la
salud puede ser obtenida llamando a la Administración de Drogas y Alimentos de los Estados Unidos, usando la Línea
Directa sobre Alimentos y Cosméticos (1-888-723-3366).”
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“Algunas personas pueden ser más vulnerables a los contaminantes en el agua potable que el resto de la población.
Las personas inmuno-comprometidas, incluyendo, pero no limitando a, personas con cáncer que estén bajo
quimioterapia, personas que hayan recibido trasplantes de órganos, personas con HIV/AIDS (SIDA) y otros
desórdenes del sistema inmunológico, algunas personas de edad avanzada, y los niños pequeños pueden estar
particularmente a riesgo de infecciones. Estas personas deben buscar consejo acerca del agua potable con sus
proveedores de servicios de salud. Las guías de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental de Estados Unidos y de los
Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades sobre las medidas apropiadas para disminuir el riesgo de
infección por Cryptosporidium y otros contaminantes microbianos están disponibles a través de la Línea Directa sobre
Agua Potable Segura (1-800-426-4791).”
“Las fuentes del agua embotellada incluyen los ríos los lagos, las corrientes, los estanques, los embalses, los
manantiales, y los pozos. Mientras que el agua viaja naturalmente sobre la superficie de la tierra o a través de los
suelos, puede recoger substancias que ocurren naturalmente, así como también substancias que están presentes
debido a la actividad humana y a la fauna. Las substancias que puedan estar presentes en la fuente de agua
incluyen cualquiera de las siguientes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Las substancias inorgánicas, incluyendo, pero no limitadas a, las sales y los metales, que pueden ocurrir
naturalmente o como resultado de cultivos agrícolas, arrastre de aguas pluviales urbanas, aguas servidas
industriales o domésticas, o producción de petróleo y gas..
Los plaguicidas y herbicidas que pueden proceder de una variedad de fuentes, incluyendo pero no limitando
a, la agricultura, el arrastre de aguas pluviales urbanas, y las aplicaciones residenciales.
Las substancias orgánicas que son subproductos de procesos industriales y de la producción del petróleo y
pueden provenir de gasolineras, del arrastre de aguas pluviales urbanas, del uso agrícola, y de sistemas
sépticos.
Organismos microbianos que pueden originarse en fauna, las operaciones de cría de ganado, las plantas de
tratamiento de aguas residuales, y los sistemas sépticos.
Las substancias con características radioactivas que pueden ocurrir naturalmente o sean el resultado de la
producción de petróleo y gas, y de las actividades de minería.”
“Para asegurarse que el agua embotellada sea segura al consumo, la Administración de Drogas y Alimentos de los
Estados Unidos y el Departamento de la Salud Pública del Estado prescriben las regulaciones que limitan la cantidad
de ciertos contaminantes en el agua suministrada por las compañías embotelladoras de agua.”
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NSF International
789 N. Dixboro Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48105, USA
1-800.NSF.MARK | +1-734.769.8010 | www.nsf.org
TEST REPORT
TM
Live Safer
Send To: 1L960
Mr. Denis Bigand
Naya Waters Inc.
2500 Rue Naya
Mirabel, Québec J7N 3A7
Canada
Result
Customer Name
Tested To
Description
Test Type
Job Number
Project Number
Project Manager
Facility: 1L961
Naya Waters Inc.
2500 Rue Naya
Mirabel QC J7N 3A7
Canada
Report Date
COMPLETE
18-MAR-2013
Naya Waters Inc.
USFDA CFR Title 21 Part 165.110
Spring Water
Test Only
J-00122236
9136351 (CL02, ML02)
Myla Estacio
Thank you for having your product tested by NSF International.
Please contact your Project Manager if you have any questions or concerns pertaining to this report.
Report Authorization
Date
18-MAR-2013
Kurt R. Kneen - Director, Chemistry Laboratory
FI20130318132343
J-00122236
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use the NSF Mark. Authorization to use the NSF Mark is limited to products appearing in the Company’s Official NSF Listing (www.nsf.org). The results relate only
to those items tested, in the condition received at the laboratory.
General Information
Standard: USFDA CFR Title 21 Part 165.110
Lot Number: BB/MA 2015 FE 26 PRD 2013 FE 26 11:42 ML1
Product Description: Spring Water
Sample Id:
S-0000953034
Description:
Sampled Date:
Received Date:
Spring Water BB/MA 2015 FE 26 PRD 2013 FE 26 11:42 ML1
03/01/2013
02/27/2013
Testing Parameter
Detection Limit
Result
FDA SOQ
Units
P/F
Physical Quality
Alkalinity as CaCO3
5
Color
mg/LCaCO3
220
Color Unit
5
ND
0.1
470
Corrosivity
0
0.46
Hardness, Total
2
230
Odor, Threshold
1
1
3
TON
Pass
Solids Total Dissolved
5
260
500
mg/L
Pass
0.1
ND
5
NTU
Pass
0.01
7.80
Specific Conductance
Turbidity
pH
Temperature
15
mg/LCaCO3
0
20
deg. C
5
260
mg/L HCO3
Heterotrophic Plate Count- 35C, 48 hours
0
<1
CFU/mL
Heterotrophic Plate Count- 35C, 72 hours
0
<1
CFU/mL
Bicarbonate
Pass
umhos/cm
Microbiological Quality
Coliform in Water/100 mL
Absent
E. Coli in Water/100 mL
Absent
Pass
Disinfection Residuals/Disinfection By-Products
Bromate
Chloramine, Total
5
ND
10
ug/L
Pass
0.05
ND
4
mg/L
Pass
Dichloramine
0.05
ND
mg/L
Monochloramine
0.05
ND
mg/L
Nitrogen trichloride
0.05
ND
mg/L
Chlorite
10
ND
1000
ug/L
Pass
Chlorine Dioxide
0.1
ND
0.8
mg/L
Pass
Bromochloroacetic Acid
1
ND
ug/L
Dibromoacetic Acid
1
ND
ug/L
Dichloroacetic Acid
1
ND
ug/L
Monobromoacetic Acid
1
ND
ug/L
Monochloroacetic Acid
2
ND
ug/L
Total Haloacetic Acid
1
ND
Trichloroacetic Acid
1
ND
0.05
ND
4
mg/L
Pass
P1 Gross Alpha
3
ND
15
pCi/L
Pass
P1 Gross Beta
4
ND
50
pCi/L
Pass
Radium-226
1
ND
pCi/L
Radium-226, Radium-228 Combined
1
ND
pCi/L
Radium-228
1
ND
pCi/L
Chlorine, Total Residual
60
ug/L
Pass
ug/L
Radiologicals
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use the NSF Mark. Authorization to use the NSF Mark is limited to products appearing in the Company’s Official NSF Listing (www.nsf.org). The results relate only
to those items tested, in the condition received at the laboratory.
S-0000953034
Sample Id:
Testing Parameter
Result
FDA SOQ
Units
P/F
0.001
ND
0.03
mg/L
Pass
0.01
ND
0.2
mg/L
Pass
0.0005
ND
0.006
mg/L
Pass
0.002
0.002
0.01
mg/L
Pass
Detection Limit
Radiologicals
Uranium
Inorganic Chemicals
Aluminum
Antimony
Arsenic
* Asbestos in Water (Ref: EPA 600/4-83/043,100.1)
Amphibole Fibers
0.2
ND
MFL
Chrysotile Fibers
0.2
ND
MFL
Single Fiber Detection Limit
0.2
ND
MFL
0.001
ND
2
mg/L
Pass
0.0005
ND
0.004
mg/L
Pass
10
14
0.0002
ND
Calcium
0.2
50
Chloride
2
3
250
mg/L
Pass
0.1
mg/L
Pass
Barium
Beryllium
Bromide
Cadmium
ug/L
0.005
mg/L
Pass
mg/L
Chromium (includes Hexavalent Chromium)
0.001
ND
Copper
0.001
ND
1
mg/L
Pass
0.01
ND
0.2
mg/L
Pass
0.1
0.1
2.4
mg/L
Pass
Pass
Pass
Cyanide, Total
Fluoride
Iron
0.02
ND
0.3
mg/L
Lead
0.001
ND
0.005
mg/L
Magnesium
0.2
26
Manganese
0.001
ND
0.05
mg/L
Pass
0.0002
ND
0.002
mg/L
Pass
0.001
ND
0.1
mg/L
Pass
Nitrogen, Nitrate
0.05
ND
10
mg/L N
Pass
Nitrogen, Nitrite
0.025
ND
1
mg/L N
Pass
0.02
ND
10
mg/L
Pass
0.5
2.4
Selenium
0.002
ND
0.05
mg/L
Pass
Silver
0.001
ND
0.1
mg/L
Pass
Sodium
0.5
8.5
mg/L
Sulfate as SO4
0.5
23
mg/L
Mercury
Nickel
Total Nitrate + Nitrite-Nitrogen
Potassium
Surfactants (MBAS)
0.2
ND
Thallium
0.0002
ND
Phenolics
0.001
mg/L
mg/L
mg/L
0.002
mg/L
Pass
ND
0.001
mg/L
Pass
0.01
ND
5
mg/L
Pass
0.4
ND
20
ug/L
Pass
Endothall (Ref. EPA 548.1) - (ug/L)
Endothall
9
ND
100
ug/L
Pass
Glyphosate (Ref: EPA 547)
Glyphosate
6
ND
700
ug/L
Pass
Perchlorate (Ref: EPA 314.0)
Perchlorate
1
ND
Zinc
Organic Chemicals
Diquat (Ref: EPA 549.2)
Diquat
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ug/L
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S-0000953034
Sample Id:
Testing Parameter
Result
FDA SOQ
Units
P/F
10
ND
30
pg/L
Pass
Detection Limit
Organic Chemicals
2,3,7,8-TCDD (Ref: EPA 1613B)
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
Carbamate Pesticides (Ref: 531.2)
3-Hydroxycarbofuran
1
ND
ug/L
Aldicarb
1
ND
ug/L
Aldicarb sulfone
1
ND
ug/L
Aldicarb sulfoxide
1
ND
ug/L
Carbaryl
1
ND
ug/L
Carbofuran
1
ND
Methomyl
1
ND
Oxamyl
1
ND
200
ug/L
Pass
Herbicides (Ref: EPA 515.3)
2,4,5-TP
40
ug/L
Pass
ug/L
0.2
ND
50
ug/L
Pass
2,4-D
0.1
ND
70
ug/L
Pass
Bentazon
0.2
ND
1
ND
DCPA Acid Metabolites
0.2
ND
ug/L
Dicamba
0.1
ND
ug/L
Dalapon
Dinoseb
Pentachlorophenol
Picloram
Semivolatile Organic Compounds (Ref: EPA 525.2)
2,4 Dinitrotoluene
ug/L
200
ug/L
Pass
0.2
ND
7
ug/L
Pass
0.04
ND
1
ug/L
Pass
0.1
ND
500
ug/L
Pass
0.5
ND
ug/L
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
0.5
ND
ug/L
Alachlor
0.1
ND
Aldrin
0.1
ND
Atrazine
0.2
ND
3
ug/L
Pass
Benzo(a)Pyrene
0.1
ND
0.2
ug/L
Pass
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)adipate
2
ND
400
ug/L
Pass
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)
2
ND
6
ug/L
Pass
Butachlor
2
ug/L
0.2
ND
ug/L
Butylbenzylphthalate
2
ND
ug/L
Di-n-butylphthalate
2
ND
ug/L
Dieldrin
Pass
ug/L
0.5
ND
ug/L
Diethylphthalate
2
ND
ug/L
Dimethylphthalate
2
ND
ug/L
Endrin
0.1
ND
EPTC
0.5
ND
Heptachlor
0.1
ND
0.4
ug/L
Pass
Heptachlor Epoxide
0.1
ND
0.2
ug/L
Pass
Hexachlorobenzene
0.1
ND
1
ug/L
Pass
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
0.1
ND
50
ug/L
Pass
Lindane
0.1
ND
0.2
ug/L
Pass
Methoxychlor
0.1
ND
40
ug/L
Pass
Metolachlor
0.1
ND
ug/L
Metribuzin
0.1
ND
ug/L
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ug/L
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ug/L
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S-0000953034
Sample Id:
Testing Parameter
Detection Limit
Result
FDA SOQ
Units
P/F
Organic Chemicals
Molinate
0.1
ND
ug/L
p,p'-DDE (4,4'-DDE)
0.5
ND
ug/L
Propachlor
0.1
ND
ug/L
Simazine
0.2
ND
Terbacil
0.5
ND
0.01
ND
0.2
ug/L
Pass
0.01
ND
0.05
ug/L
Pass
Volatiles: EDB and DBCP (Ref: EPA 504.1)
1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane (DBCP)
Ethylene Dibromide (EDB)
Volatiles: Regulated and Monitoring VOC's (Ref: EPA 524.2)
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
4
ug/L
Pass
ug/L
ug/L
0.5
ND
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
0.5
ND
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
0.5
ND
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
0.5
ND
1,1-Dichloroethane
0.5
ND
1,1-Dichloroethylene
0.5
ND
1,1-Dichloropropene
0.5
ND
ug/L
1,2,3-Trichlorobenzene
0.5
ND
ug/L
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
0.5
ND
ug/L
1,2,3-Trimethylbenzene
0.5
ND
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
0.5
ND
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
0.5
ND
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
0.5
ND
600
ug/L
Pass
1,2-Dichloroethane
0.5
ND
5
ug/L
Pass
1,2-Dichloropropane
0.5
ND
5
ug/L
Pass
200
ug/L
Pass
ug/L
5
ug/L
Pass
ug/L
7
ug/L
Pass
ug/L
70
ug/L
Pass
ug/L
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
0.5
ND
ug/L
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
0.5
ND
ug/L
1,3-Dichloropropane
0.5
ND
ug/L
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
0.5
ND
2,2-Dichloropropane
0.5
ND
ug/L
2-Chlorotoluene
0.5
ND
ug/L
4-Chlorotoluene
0.5
ND
ug/L
Benzene
0.5
ND
Bromobenzene
0.5
ND
ug/L
Bromochloromethane
0.5
ND
ug/L
Bromodichloromethane
0.5
ND
ug/L
Bromoform
0.5
ND
ug/L
Bromomethane
0.5
ND
ug/L
Carbon Tetrachloride
0.5
ND
5
ug/L
Pass
Chlorobenzene
0.5
ND
100
ug/L
Pass
Chlorodibromomethane
0.5
ND
ug/L
Chloroethane
0.5
ND
ug/L
Chloroform
0.5
ND
ug/L
Chloromethane
0.5
ND
cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
0.5
ND
75
5
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
0.5
ND
ug/L
Dibromomethane
0.5
ND
ug/L
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ug/L
70
cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
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S-0000953034
Sample Id:
Testing Parameter
Detection Limit
Result
FDA SOQ
Units
P/F
Organic Chemicals
Dichlorodifluoromethane
0.5
ND
Ethyl Benzene
0.5
ND
ug/L
Hexachlorobutadiene
0.5
ND
ug/L
Isopropylbenzene (Cumene)
700
ug/L
Pass
0.5
ND
ug/L
m+p-Xylenes
1
ND
ug/L
Methyl Ethyl Ketone
5
ND
ug/L
Methyl-tert-Butyl Ether (MTBE)
0.5
ND
Methylene Chloride
0.5
ND
n-Butylbenzene
0.5
ND
ug/L
n-Propylbenzene
0.5
ND
ug/L
Naphthalene
0.5
ND
ug/L
o-Xylene
0.5
ND
ug/L
p-Isopropyltoluene (Cymene)
0.5
ND
ug/L
sec-Butylbenzene
0.5
ND
Styrene
0.5
ND
tert-Butylbenzene
0.5
ND
Tetrachloroethylene
0.5
ND
5
ug/L
Pass
Toluene
0.5
ND
1000
ug/L
Pass
Total Trihalomethanes
0.5
ND
80
ug/L
Pass
Total Xylenes
0.5
ND
10000
ug/L
Pass
trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene
0.5
ND
100
ug/L
Pass
trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
0.5
ND
Trichloroethylene
0.5
ND
Trichlorofluoromethane
0.5
ND
ug/L
Trichlorotrifluoroethane
0.5
ND
ug/L
0.5
ND
2
ug/L
Pass
0.1
ND
2
ug/L
Pass
Pass
Vinyl Chloride
Chlorinated Pesticides and Organohalides by EPA 508.1
Chlordane
Endrin
ug/L
5
ug/L
Pass
ug/L
100
ug/L
Pass
ug/L
ug/L
5
ug/L
Pass
0.01
ND
2
ug/L
PCB 1016
0.1
ND
0.5
ug/L
Pass
PCB 1221
0.1
ND
0.5
ug/L
Pass
PCB 1232
0.1
ND
0.5
ug/L
Pass
PCB 1242
0.1
ND
0.5
ug/L
Pass
PCB 1248
0.1
ND
0.5
ug/L
Pass
PCB 1254
0.1
ND
0.5
ug/L
Pass
PCB 1260
0.1
ND
0.5
ug/L
Pass
Total PCBs
0.1
ND
0.5
ug/L
Pass
Toxaphene
0.1
ND
3
ug/L
Pass
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<<Additional Information>>
Sample Id: S-0000953034
Test Parameter
Date Analyzed
Time Analyzed
Date Prepared/ Processed
Physical Quality
Alkalinity (Ref: SM 2320-B)
1-MAR-2013
Color (Ref: SM 2120-B)
1-MAR-2013
Specific Conductance (Ref: EPA 120.1)
1-MAR-2013
15:40
Corrosivity (Ref: SM 2330-B)
Hardness, Total (Ref: EPA 200.7)
Odor, Threshold Number (Ref: EPA 140.1)
01-MAR-2013
Solids, Total Dissolved (Ref: SM 2540-C)
1-MAR-2013
Turbidity (Ref: EPA 180.1)
1-MAR-2013
15:20:00
pH (Ref: SM4500-HB)
1-MAR-2013
12:58:42
Heterotrophic Plate Count (Ref: SM 9215B) - 48 hours
3-MAR-2013
10:25
1-MAR-2013 11:05
Heterotrophic Plate Count (Ref: SM 9215B) - 72 hours
4-MAR-2013
09:35
1-MAR-2013 11:05
Coliforms and E. coli (Ref: SM 9223)
2-MAR-2013
11:20
1-MAR-2013 11:05
Bicarbonate (Ref: SM 2320-B)
Microbiological Quality
Disinfection Residuals/Disinfection By-Products
Bromate (Ref: EPA 300.1)
7-MAR-2013
Chloramines (Ref: SM 4500-Cl-G)
1-MAR-2013
Chlorite (Ref: EPA 300.1)
7-MAR-2013
Chlorine Dioxide (Ref: SM 4500-ClO2-D)
1-MAR-2013
Haloacetic Acids (Ref: EPA 552.2)
9-MAR-2013
Chlorine, Total Residual (ref. SM 4500CL-G)
1-MAR-2013
10:56:00
10:56:00
6-MAR-2013
10:56:00
Radiologicals
(1)
* Gross Alpha/Beta Counts (Ref: EPA 900)- General Engineering
5-MAR-2013
Total Radium-226, Radium-228 Combined Activity
15-MAR-2013
Uranium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Inorganic Chemicals
(2)
Aluminum (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Antimony in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Arsenic in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
* Asbestos in Water (Ref: EPA 600/4-83/043,100.1)
8-MAR-2013
Barium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Beryllium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Bromide (Ref: EPA 300.1)
7-MAR-2013
Cadmium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
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<<Additional Information>>
Sample Id: S-0000953034
Test Parameter
Date Analyzed
Time Analyzed
Date Prepared/ Processed
Inorganic Chemicals
Calcium in Drinking Water by ICPAES (Ref: EPA 200.7)
5-MAR-2013
Chloride (Ref: EPA 300.0)
1-MAR-2013
Chromium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Copper in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Cyanide, Total (Ref: EPA 335.4)
1-MAR-2013
Fluoride (Ref: SM 4500-F-C)
4-MAR-2013
Iron in Drinking Water by ICPAES (Ref: EPA 200.7)
5-MAR-2013
Lead in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Magnesium in Drinking Water by ICPAES (Ref: EPA 200.7)
5-MAR-2013
Manganese in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Mercury in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Nickel in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Nitrogen, Nitrate (Ref: EPA 300.0)
1-MAR-2013
11:08
Nitrogen, Nitrite (Ref: EPA 300.0)
1-MAR-2013
11:08
Total Nitrite + Nitrate-Nitrogen (Ref: EPA 300.0)
Potassium by ICPAES (Ref: EPA 200.7)
5-MAR-2013
Selenium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
Silver in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
4-MAR-2013
Sodium in Drinking Water by ICPAES (Ref: EPA 200.7)
5-MAR-2013
Sulfate as SO4 (Ref: EPA 300.0)
4-MAR-2013
Surfactants, Methylene Blue Active Substances (Ref: SM 5540-C)
1-MAR-2013
Thallium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
* Phenolics, Total Recoverable (Based on EPA 420.2)
1-MAR-2013
Zinc in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
5-MAR-2013
14:59:00
Organic Chemicals
Diquat (Ref: EPA 549.2)
14-MAR-2013
8-MAR-2013
Endothall (Ref. EPA 548.1) - (ug/L)
4-MAR-2013
1-MAR-2013
Glyphosate (Ref: EPA 547)
11-MAR-2013
Perchlorate (Ref: EPA 314.0)
5-MAR-2013
2,3,7,8-TCDD (Ref: EPA 1613B)
11-MAR-2013
Carbamate Pesticides (Ref: 531.2)
6-MAR-2013
Herbicides (Ref: EPA 515.3)
9-MAR-2013
7-MAR-2013
Semivolatile Organic Compounds (Ref: EPA 525.2)
6-MAR-2013
5-MAR-2013
Volatiles: EDB and DBCP (Ref: EPA 504.1)
9-MAR-2013
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<<Additional Information>>
Sample Id: S-0000953034
Test Parameter
Date Analyzed
Time Analyzed
Date Prepared/ Processed
Organic Chemicals
Volatiles: Regulated and Monitoring VOC's (Ref: EPA 524.2)
1-MAR-2013
Chlorinated Pesticides and Organohalides by EPA 508.1
14-MAR-2013
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Testing Laboratories:
Id
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Address
--------------------------------------------------------------------------NSF International
789 N. Dixboro Road
Ann Arbor MI 48105
(1)
BVNA
Bureau Veritas North America
3380 Chastain Meadows Pkwy 300
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Arizona License #AZ0675
(2)
GENENG
GEL Laboratories LLC
2040 Savage Road
Charleston, SC 29407
NELAP PA certificate number 68-000485
Arizona License #AZ0668
Flag
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All work performed at:
(Unless otherwise specified)
References to Testing Procedures:
NSF Reference
---------------------------C0980
C1010
C2015
C3012
C3013
C3014
C3015
C3016
C3017
C3018
C3019
C3021
C3025
C3033
C3036
C3039
C3042
C3044
C3047
C3053
C3059
C3064
C3072
C3079
C3085
C3086
C3091
C3094
C3101
C3114
C3116
C3128
C3136
C3144
C3145
C3155
C3157
C3158
C3159
Parameter / Test Description
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total Radium-226, Radium-228 Combined Activity
Odor, Threshold Number (Ref: EPA 140.1)
2,3,7,8-TCDD (Ref: EPA 1613B)
* Asbestos in Water (Ref: EPA 600/4-83/043,100.1)
Chloride (Ref: EPA 300.0)
Bromide (Ref: EPA 300.1)
Bromate (Ref: EPA 300.1)
Nitrogen, Nitrate (Ref: EPA 300.0)
Nitrogen, Nitrite (Ref: EPA 300.0)
Sulfate as SO4 (Ref: EPA 300.0)
Cyanide, Total (Ref: EPA 335.4)
* Phenolics, Total Recoverable (Based on EPA 420.2)
Chlorite (Ref: EPA 300.1)
Aluminum (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Arsenic in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Barium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Beryllium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Calcium in Drinking Water by ICPAES (Ref: EPA 200.7)
Cadmium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Chromium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Copper in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Iron in Drinking Water by ICPAES (Ref: EPA 200.7)
Mercury in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Potassium by ICPAES (Ref: EPA 200.7)
Magnesium in Drinking Water by ICPAES (Ref: EPA 200.7)
Manganese in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Sodium in Drinking Water by ICPAES (Ref: EPA 200.7)
Nickel in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Lead in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Antimony in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Selenium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Thallium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Zinc in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Solids, Total Dissolved (Ref: SM 2540-C)
Turbidity (Ref: EPA 180.1)
Surfactants, Methylene Blue Active Substances (Ref: SM 5540-C)
Color (Ref: SM 2120-B)
Specific Conductance (Ref: EPA 120.1)
pH (Ref: SM4500-HB)
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References to Testing Procedures:
NSF Reference
---------------------------C3161
C3166
C3168
C3169
C3170
C3174
C3188
C3210
C3244
C3342
C3393
C4076
C4145
C4154
C4193
C4198
C4202
C4343
C4411
C4496
C4497
C4661
C4669
M0094
M0115
( Cont'd )
Parameter / Test Description
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Hardness, Total (Ref: EPA 200.7)
Bicarbonate (Ref: SM 2320-B)
Chlorine Dioxide (Ref: SM 4500-ClO2-D)
Chloramines (Ref: SM 4500-Cl-G)
Fluoride (Ref: SM 4500-F-C)
Alkalinity (Ref: SM 2320-B)
Silver in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Corrosivity (Ref: SM 2330-B)
* Gross Alpha/Beta Counts (Ref: EPA 900)- General Engineering
Total Nitrite + Nitrate-Nitrogen (Ref: EPA 300.0)
Chlorine, Total Residual (ref. SM 4500CL-G)
Carbamate Pesticides (Ref: 531.2)
Diquat (Ref: EPA 549.2)
Endothall (Ref. EPA 548.1) - (ug/L)
Glyphosate (Ref: EPA 547)
Haloacetic Acids (Ref: EPA 552.2)
Herbicides (Ref: EPA 515.3)
Semivolatile Organic Compounds (Ref: EPA 525.2)
Volatiles: EDB and DBCP (Ref: EPA 504.1)
Uranium in Drinking Water by ICPMS (Ref: EPA 200.8)
Perchlorate (Ref: EPA 314.0)
Volatiles: Regulated and Monitoring VOC's (Ref: EPA 524.2)
Chlorinated Pesticides and Organohalides by EPA 508.1
Heterotrophic Plate Count (Ref: SM 9215B)
Coliforms and E. coli (Ref: SM 9223)
Certifications:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Arizona ( # AZ0655 )
California ( # 03214 CA )
Connecticut ( # PH-0625 )
Florida ( # E-87752 FL )
Hawaii
Indiana
Maryland ( # 201 )
Michigan ( # 0048 )
North Carolina (# 26701)
New Jersey ( # MI770 )
Nevada ( # MI000302010A )
New York (# 11206 )
Pennslyvania ( # 68-00312 )
South Carolina ( # 81005 )
Virginia ( # 00045 )
Vermont ( # VT 11206 )
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Test descriptions preceded by an asterisk “*” indicate that testing has been performed per NSF International requirements but is not within its
scope of accreditation.
The reported result for Odor, Phenolics, Potassium, Specific Conductance and Total Residual Chlorine cannot be used for compliance purposes
within the State of Arizona. Incubation times for HPC vary by state.
Notes:
1) Bottled water sold in the United States shall not contain Fluoride in excess of the levels published by the USFDA
in 21 CFR Part 165.110. These levels are based on the annual average of maximum daily air temperatures at the location
where the bottled water is sold at retail. Please refer to the most current edition of the regulation
to determine the Fluoride maximum level that pertains to your product.
2) A blank on the FDA SOQ column indicates that no maximum level has been established by the FDA for that contaminant.
3) An ND result means that the contaminant was not detected at or above the detection limit for the instrument.
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