ArubaWater™ meets and/or exceeds the highest global standards for drinking water*.

The source water for our bottled water is the ocean surrounding the Island of Aruba. It is desalinated on the island under the authority of Water-En-Energiebedrijf Aruba N.V., an independent company. Our water is a pure distilled product that has been treated in a modern re-mineralization process to absorb oxygen and important minerals like calcium. This gives the water its delicious taste. ArubaWater™ is continuously tested using the latest available technology as part of our regimen designed to exceed global standards for safe drinking water set by the World Health Organization. In independent tests, ArubaWater™ met and/or exceeded the standards provided under WHO guidelines for safe drinking water.

Water Test Data

ArubaWater™ water is independently tested after desalination, at our bottling facility and again at random delivery end points. Water test information is gathered from independent testing of our water over multiple occasions and locations. Test results shown here are provided by Clean Water Testing Certified Lab and Services located in Appleton, Wisconsin, USA. Clean Water Testing may, as required, use subcontractor laboratories or testing services to provide protocols for certain tests. 

Additionally, the U.S. National Testing Laboratories Ltd. performs an extensive audit of the water production and distribution system of our water annually, testing on 159 parameters. All test data provided here is certified under the following: WI DNR Lab Certification # 445126660, EPA ID# WI 00063, WI Dept. of Ag Lab ID # 152673-D3. For more information, please visit the Clean Water Testing website at CleanWaterTesting.com.

Data Table Key

Analytic = item being sampled Expressed As = item general, common, or abbreviated name or symbol Result = amount of element present in ArubaWater™ Units = measure used in reporting the result Note** N.D. = None Detected or zero amount present.

Analytic Expressed As Result Units
Wet Chemistry
Chlorides Cl 2.75 mg/l
pH pH 7.33 pH
Sulfate SO4 N.D. mg/l
Bromide Br N.D. mg/l
Fluoride F N.D. mg/l
Nitrate Nitrogen NITRATE N.D. mg/l
Solids, Total Disolved TDS 19.3 mg/l
Aluminum Al N.D. ug/l
Arsenic As N.D. ug/l
Barium Ba N.D. ug/l
Beryllium Be N.D. ug/l
Boron B 404 ug/l
Cadmium Cd N.D. ug/l
Calcium Ca 4.29 mg/l
Chromium Cr N.D. ug/l
Cobalt Co N.D. ug/l
Copper- ICP Cu N.D. ug/l
Iron Fe N.D. mg/l
Lead Pb N.D. ug/l
Lithium Li N.D. ug/l
Magnesium Mg N.D. mg/l
Manganese Mn N.D. ug/l
Molybendum Mo N.D. ug/l
Nickel Ni N.D. ug/l
Phosphate ORTHOPHOSPATE N.D. mg/l
Phosphorus P 271 ug/l
Potassium K 0.369 mg/l
Silicon Si N.D. ug/l
Silver Ag N.D. ug/l
Sodium Na 3.72 mg/l
Strontium Sr N.D. ug/l
Vanadium V N.D. ug/l
Zinc Zn 77.9 ug/l
Gross Alpha N.D. pCi/L
Gross Beta N.D. pCi/L
Iron Bacteria N.D. cfu/mL
Sulfur Bacteria N.D. cfu/mL
Coliform & E-coli Bacteria
Coliform N.D. mpn
E-coli N.D. mpn
Atrazine N.D. ppb
Benzine N.D. ug/l
Bromobenzene N.D. ug/l
Bromodichloromethane N.D. ug/l
Bromoform N.D. ug/l
Bromomethane N.D. ug/l
Carbon Tetrachloride N.D. ug/l
Chlorobenzene N.D. ug/l
Chloroethane N.D. ug/l
Chloroform N.D. ug/l
Chloromethane N.D. ug/l
2-Chlorotoluene N.D. ug/l
4-Chlorotoluene N.D. ug/l
Dibromochloromethane N.D. ug/l
Dibromomethane N.D. ug/l
1,4-Dichlorobenzine N.D. ug/l
1,3-Dichlorobenzine N.D. ug/l
1,2-Dichlorobenzine N.D. ug/l
Dichlorodifluoromethane N.D. ug/l
1,2-Dichloroethane N.D. ug/l
1,1-Dichloroethane N.D. ug/l
1,1-Dichloroethene N.D. ug/l
cis-1,2-Dichloroethene N.D. ug/l
trans-1,2-Dichloroethene N.D. ug/l
1,2-Dichloropropane N.D. ug/l
2,2-Dichloropropane N.D. ug/l
1,3-Dichloropropane N.D. ug/l
trans-1,3-Dichloropropene N.D. ug/l
cis-1,3-Dichloropropene N.D. ug/l
Ethylbenzene N.D. ug/l
Hexachlorobutadiene N.D. ug/l
Isopropylbenzene N.D. ug/l
p-Isopropyltoluene N.D. ug/l
Methylene chloride N.D. ug/l
Methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) N.D. ug/l
Naphthalene N.D. ug/l
Styrene N.D. ug/l
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane N.D. ug/l
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane N.D. ug/l
Tetrachloroethene N.D. ug/l
Toluene N.D. ug/l
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene N.D. ug/l
1,1-Dichloropropene N.D. ug/l
1,1,1-Trichloroethane N.D. ug/l
1,1,2-Trichloroethane N.D. ug/l
Trichloroethene (TCE) N.D. ug/l
Trichlorofluoromethane N.D. ug/l
1,2,3-Trichloropropane N.D. ug/l
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene N.D. ug/l
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene N.D. ug/l
Vinyl Chloride N.D. ug/l
m&p-Xylene N.D. ug/l
0-Xylene N.D. ug/l

*Global standards for drinking water are measured against guidelines established by the World Health Organization (WHO). You can learn more through their report available online.


Like to know more about this data?

We want our customers to understand why ArubaWater™ is different and the data we use to assess its quality. This data is available to you in PDF form as provided and certified by our testing provider, Clean Water Testing Certified Laboratories. To view the entire report, click below.

This water test report provides detailed information about our water quality and the test protocols, including guidelines for the various components we analyze compared to globally established standards.

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