Multi-award winning Aquapax is one of the purest natural mineral waters in the world, naturally low in all minerals, with a near perfect neutral pH balance and practically no (trace) nitrates.
Aquapax ultra-low nitrate levels and naturally pure, low mineral content, means our water is safe for preparing infant foods or hydrating infants without the need for boiling the water; our litmus test for quality.
Aquapax is sealed and protected from light and air, in majority renewable, safely re-usable, sustainably produced, non-leaching paper cartons. The Aquapax combination of water quality and more sustainable package integrity, is unique.
Why we created Aquapax
Because our founder Neil grew up on a plastic-free beach and future generations of children deserve the same.
Because ocean plastic pollution is out of control... Because climate change from CO2 emissions is an ongoing threat to all low-lying countries, while our marine species are increasingly threatened by our incessant consumption habits.
Sir David Attenborough - Plastic Oceans
The Aquapax Reforestation Program
Together with a healthy ocean, forests of trees are the lungs of the earth, consuming CO2 and giving off vital Oxygen as they thrive. In collaboration with C-Level, Communitree and 1% for the planet, we donate 1% of our turnover towards:
- Collecting indigenous tree seeds and establishing tree nurseries
- Creating significant employment that is geared to ecological enhancement
- Planting trees with specific small holder farmers on their own land
Every time you purchase an Aquapax, you're contributing towards the program, so thank you for making a difference!
1% For The Planet
AQUAPAX is part of a global alliance of independent, ecologically committed businesses, which have nancially committed 1% of turnover to environmental restoration!
One Percent For The Planet focuses on six primary areas: climate, food, land, pollution, water, and wildlife. They choose these focus areas strategically, as they see them as encompassing the most critical areas of environmental impact. www.onepercentfortheplanet.org