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Bottled Water Sources

Overview of the rules and process for developing new sources of bottled/bulk water in New Hampshire.

The State of New Hampshire regulates bottled water, such as the bottles pictured here.The State of New Hampshire regulates bottled water sources as well as the handling and labeling of bottled water in order to protect consumers, water resources and the environment. NHDES regulates sources of water used in the production of bottled water under Env-Dw 303 Groundwater Sources of Bottled Water, and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) regulates the handling and labeling. For more information about the DHHS program, visit the DHHS website.

Developing a new source for bottled water is typically a lengthy process that requires a large groundwater withdrawal permit, bottled water source approval and a bottled water license from the DHHS. Learn more about the process.

Active Bulk and Bottled Drinking Water Sources in New Hampshire
Town Company Name Permitted Withdrawal Volume (gallons per day) Permit Source Classification Operation Type
Brentwood Brentwood Springs Water Co., LLC N/A N/A, Grandfathered Spring Water Bulk Water
Moultonborough CG Roxane LLC (Castle Springs) 240,480 LGWP-2004-0002 Spring Water Bottled Water
Peterborough Upland Farm, Inc. N/A N/A, Grandfathered Spring Water Bulk Water
Wilton Monadnock Mountain Spring Water, Inc. N/A N/A, Grandfathered Spring Water Bulk Water
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