Sustainability and stewardship of the environment are extremely important to us” said Barry Davidson.
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, Ark. (PRWEB) August 14, 2019
Caddo Mountain Spring Water, LLC, (CMSW) a start-up premium spring, artesian & mineral bottled water company, announced today that it has received a very favorable Phase I Hydrogeology Report.
CMSW’s venture with its to be built bottling facility at its source water tract in the Ouachita Mountains of west central Arkansas is making progress. Once funding is completed and their water bottling production facility is in place, the Caddo development will access and produce unsurpassed quality spring, artesian and mineral water from their Company owned water producing tract on a sustainable basis.
The project will involve the construction of a new bottling facility where the Company will “bottle at the source” of their premium sustainable water.
Caddo recently received a completed Phase I Hydrogeology Report from ATOKA, Inc. It had earlier commissioned ATOKA, Inc. - a Professional Engineering and Environmental Consulting Services firm to do the study for them.
“We chose ATOKA based on their ability and Arkansas heritage,” said Barry Davidson, CEO of CMSW. “We believe we got a top flight team of highly skilled and experienced hydrogeologists to do the Phase I Hydrogeology Report. Our consulting firm project team leader has global experience with more than 1,200 Hydrogeology Reports to his credit.”
“We wanted additional developmental and sustainability documentation about our Arkansas source water tract from an outstanding third party hydrogeology engineering and consulting firm. We felt good about our previous spring, artesian and mineral water developmental borehole work, but we needed the Phase I Hydrogeology Report to document our entire water resource,” according to Caddo’s Managing Member.
According to the ATOKA study, Caddo’s source water tract contains water flowing from both the Bigfork and Womble geological formations. The Bigfork formation is renowned for its high volume water producing characteristics. The source water production from the Caddo tract will be sustainable to meet the Company’s needs for the foreseeable future.
“We feel really good about our source water tract - based on the ATOKA report our future water production will be both scalable and sustainable. Sustainability and stewardship of the environment are extremely important to us,” said Barry Davidson.
The start of water bottling production from the Caddo facility is expected in eight or nine months from completion of the Company’s equity investor capital raise program. In January, Caddo announced >$1 Million in economic incentives from the Arkansas Economic Development Commission.
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Barry also had this to say about his Company’s ESG Impact mission: “As I have stated before - It is thrilling for us to tip the scale in an economically depressed area of our State by providing good manufacturing jobs and a great socially responsible consumer product. We are promoting stewardship of the environment thru our use of Solar Power. It is a natural fit for us given our project’s other outstanding attributes. Sustainability attracts the socially responsible segment of the population who get to decide on the overall worthiness of missions & products.”
Barry had the following to say about their Company & its water: “We are making progress on this project. We have known from the beginning that a start-up venture with a rural module is an equity investor challenge! However, we have confidence in our unsurpassed sustainable quality water, the rewards it offers in a robust marketplace with a smart consumer. Our spring, artesian and mineral water is pristine & protected with a great legacy. Our company’s Social Impact mission and Eco-friendly position is exemplified by our commitment to good manufacturing jobs, sustainable energy and water. We believe that people everywhere will enjoy watching our outstanding development in progress as well as consuming our water. Our target consumer is health conscious, cares about the purity of the water and stewardship of the environment.”