Facts

Over the past several weeks, residents in and around Bloomfield, CT have raised concerns about the bottled water plant we will be building here. A great deal of information — not all of it accurate or complete — has been circulating. We’ve created this page to introduce ourselves and to provide the facts and background of how our relationship with Bloomfield and your public officials developed. Throughout our discussions and negotiations we have played by the rules, and your officials have, as well.

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Preguntas Frecuentes

What is BPA and is it in Niagara’s bottles? BPA (Bisphenol –A) is a chemical building block that is used primarily to make polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resins. Since Niagara® manufactures its own bottles and caps, we have total control of the materials. Niagara does not use BPA in any of its products. All of our bottles are produced using PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic and High-Density polyethylene (HDPE) caps. These are food-grade plastics that is approved by the US FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) for their use in many types of food containers.

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Política de Privacidad

Este es el Sitio Web de Niagara Bottling, LLC (“Niagara”). Niagara respeta la privacidad de nuestros clientes, solicitantes de empleo y de todos aquellos que visitan nuestro Sitio. Reconocemos que han aumentado las preocupaciones por la privacidad y por la seguridad en la transferencia, almacenamiento y uso de información personal debido al incremento en los servicios en línea.

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Consumer Notice

Niagara Bottling (“Niagara”) issued a voluntary recall of spring water produced at our two (2) Pennsylvania plants from June 10-18th, 2015 because the operator at one of our contracted springs failed to notify us that there was evidence of E. coli bacteria at the spring source.

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