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Diamond Springs Water, Inc.

Address:PO Box 38668
Richmond, VA 23231
President/CEO:Joe Conte

Water Analysis. *(Mg/l=milligrams per liter) *(PPM=parts per million)

  • Calcium Ion: ND Mg/l
  • Fluoride: ND Mg/l
  • Magnesium: ND Mg/l
  • Potassium: ND Mg/l
  • Sulfates: 0.7 Mg/l
  • Sodium: ND Mg/l
  • Total Dissolved Solids: 49 Mg/l *(except TDS which are parts per million)
  • Company History

    Diamond Springs was founded in 1990.


    We pride ourselves on the high degree of service and product quality we deliver to our residential and business customers. Diamond Springs is the oldest and largest spring water company in central Virginia and North Carolina. We offers a wide variety of bottled water and coffee products to suit any refreshment needs for your home or office: Spring Water, Distilled Water, Drinking Water, and Fluoridated Water in 5 Gallon bottles; cases of Spring Water in hand held bottles for on the go; Water Coolers; Filtration Coolers; Drinking Water Systems; Office Coffee Service; Office Break Room Equipment; and a variety of Allied Products. We also provide sodas, juices, instant beverages and snacks.


    Virginia: Our service areas include Richmond, Ashland, Chester, Fredericksburg, Williamsburg, New Kent, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Petersburg, Emporia, Farmville, Stafford, King George, Tappahannock, Montross, Louisa, South Hill. North Carolina: Our service areas include Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Apex/Cary, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Thomasville, Burlington.


    Diamond Springs Water, Inc. is a member of the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) and the South Atlantic Bottled Water Association (SABWA). Our facilities are inspected and certified by the NSF. We are proud to be the official bottled water of the University of Richmond Spiders and the William and Mary Tribe as well as the Richmond Marathon. We are also proud to support local charity organizations such as the American Red Cross, the American Cancer Society and the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

    Water Proverb:

    "The Noblest of the elements is water."
    Pindar, 476 B.C.
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