The water that is collected from rivers, streams and lakes has been treated before being used in the production of bottled water.
But there are some concerns about how that water is treated.
The International Bottled Water Association says that water that has been in storage for up to three months is not recommended for bottling, and that any water that can’t be filtered or bottled should be used in water purifiers.
“There are some very important safety issues with this water, and the IBOA has put out a fact sheet on the topic and has asked people to check the water before using it,” the organisation’s director, Peter Laidler, told ABC News.
“We don’t have a whole lot of data, but I would say that a majority of bottled and purified water is still bottled, or bottled with chlorine, but some is purified with an electrolyte, so it can’t filter.
So if you don’t need to filter it, you can do it, but you should do it well.”
The IBOI has also published a fact-sheet on how to clean water and how to store water, including for safe storage.
The organization has urged people to wash their hands thoroughly after using any water, even when it is in a bottle.
It also warns that the chlorine used in a water purifier can cause health problems.
“Some water purifying systems are not well tested, so people can get exposed to harmful levels of chlorine that could cause health issues,” Mr Laidlers said.
“There are also people that do not wash their hand thoroughly before using the water, so the water can also be contaminated.”
How to use bottled water The IBOAC advises that the water that you use should not be contaminated by other chemicals, disinfectants, bacteria or other organisms.
“Water should be treated to remove any contaminants and any residuals, which is a process called filtration,” it says.
“The water should be disinfected before it is put into a drinking system.”
It should also be kept in a cool and dry place, and it should be kept away from other water sources, especially hot water sources.
“What about tap water?
As well as being a concern, bottled water can cause headaches.
It is made of a chemical called sodium chlorate that is a naturally occurring mineral that can cause headache.
Sodium chlorate is also found in tap water, which can be harmful to your health.
In a report for the Australian Institute of Water, Mr Liddell said: “We are concerned about the possible health effects of drinking tap water and not being aware of the risks.
However, there is no evidence that drinking tap can cause any health problems, and drinking water is one of the safest ways of drinking.”