We’re committed to delivering crisp, clean tasting water, and we have high standards. That’s why every drop goes through a rigorous 12-step quality process.
We collect raw water from deep well which is protected, access
We have several steps to remove pollutants from water. In Pakistan we have dedicated filters to remove Iron, Manganese, Arsenic and physical particles.
Minerals are then removed by a state-of-the-art Reverse Osmosis process. This process removes all the soluble unwanted salts from water and makes it demineralized.
Water is stored in stainless steel tanks which are regularly cleaned & sanitized. It is microbiologically treated before and after storage in tanks to ensure quality of water at every step.
A right balance of minerals is then added which makes NPL light and refreshing in taste.
Mineralized water is passed through very small sieve-size filters (0.2 micron) which removes harmful bacteria. Microbial quality of water is checked regularly. Filters are also monitored and replaced regularly
Multiple disinfection steps like Ultra-Violet rays and Ozonation are undertaken to kill harmful bacteria.
Bottling is done in a state-of-the-art filling room. All our bottles are made on-site, so we can be sure they are up to our standards.
Every bottle is labelled and stamped with production time, date and batch number.
The equipment is automatically cleaned with food grade chemicals which are globally used across the Nestlé world. Cleaning processes are monitored at specific times and temperatures to make sure everything remains spotless, from start to finish.
Water packaging and processes are all monitored by qualified Quality Assurance teams to make sure that they meet our quality standards
Quality & Food Safety is our top priority which is endorsed by international and local testing labs to conform the quality standards stipulated by Nestlé, the Government of Pakistan and the WHO. Our bottled water is evaluated every three months by the PSQCA and the PCRWR and have been declared ‘safe’ since the time these authorities began evaluating bottled water.