Iceland Water

Pure Water Is Essential World-Wide

THe best global source of high quality water

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Bluelandia Iceland has the solution to mitigate the global freshwater crisis by harvesting, exporting and distributing worldwide, high volumes of Icelandic natural fresh spring water, conforming to the highest attainable standards of quality and purity.

  • High quality, healthy, natural, sustainable freshwater resources from Iceland’s springs
  • A willing government, encouraging the export of its water resources
  • Geographic location to facilitate economical delivery, port to port
  • Technology to economically harvest and transport large volumes globally
  • Technology to offload and store water in temporary or large volume storage tanks
  • Technology that provides for local delivery and easy dispensing of the water
  • Methodology that provides for regular replenishment at local level as needed
  • Technology needed to clean-up waterways and bring aquifers to life
  • Methodology to establish water treatment plants and recycling plants anywhere

The Benefits of Natural Alkaline Spring Water


Iceland is considered one of the world’s most pristine ecosystems. Icelandic Springwater possesses a naturally low mineral content (TDS of 62 ppm). Given the high qualityof the water no cleaning or treatment is required (chemical, mechanical, biological).Quality is monitored throughout the distribution system.


Filtered for thousands of years through layers of lava rock, Icelandic Spring watermaintains a highly desirable and uncommonly high pH of 8.4 - 8.8, making it naturallyalkaline. Due to the high pH-value, the water is alkaline and demonstrably helpsregulate the acid-base balance. This water is suitable to bind and neutralize acid,therefore, toxic waste products are transported out of the human body faster.


The high content of oxygen in the Icelandic Spring water stimulates the metabolismand helps to absorb nutrients more efficiently. Will enhance athletic performance.


Bluelandia performs continuous testing to ensure that our water meets top food safety and quality standards. Our facilities will be regularly inspected by the Icelandic Public Health Authority, which carries out stringent tests to ensure the facility is operating in compliance with required standards.


pH is the negative log of hydrogen ion concentration in a water-based solution. The term "pH"was first described by Danish biochemist Søren Peter Lauritz Sørensen in 1909. pH is anabbreviation for "power of hydrogen" where "p" is short for the German word for power, potenzand H is the element symbol for hydrogen.


Dissolved solids" refer to any minerals, salts, metals, cations or anions dissolved in water. Totaldissolved solids (TDS) comprise inorganic salts (principally calcium, magnesium, potassium,sodium, bicarbonates, chlorides, and sulfates) and some small amounts of organic matter thatare dissolved in water.

Key Qualities of Icelandic Premium Spring Water

  • Contaminant free. The water is filtered of unhealthy toxins, including synthetic chemicals,toxic metals, bacteria and viruses, radioactive substances, and other treatment additives suchas chlorine and fluoride.
  • Mineral rich. The natural occurring minerals in the source water are not removed throughpurification processes, such as reverse osmosis and distillation.
  • Alkaline pH. The drinking water needs to have alkaline pH between 7.0 and 9.5, which meansthat the water contains a healthy level of alkaline minerals such as calcium and magnesium.
  • Antioxidant. Water that is activated in nature through movement such as water flowingdown a mountain stream will have a negative ORP which is an indicator of concentratedmolecular hydrogen (H2) molecules, which are potent antioxidants.
  • Natural alkaline water organically delivers neutralizing isotopes improving the bloodcirculation, stimulating the metabolism and delivering efficient nutrient absorption.