Bottlers may call their product "spring water" even though it was drawn from a well, and still be in compliance with certain FDA rules. The actual source of the bottled water (on the label) isn't always made clear. In 1995, the FDA instituted labeling laws to help prevent misleading claims, but certain problems still persist. One NRDC example shows a beautiful lake in a beautiful valley on the label along with the words "Spring Water." This bottle was filled with water drawn from an industrial parking lot NEXT to a hazardous waste site!

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