Spritzer releases results of analysis


In a statement, it said the recently conducted test on a sample taken from a 600ml Spritzer Natural Mineral Water bottle produced on Jan 21,2021 did not detect any synthetic polymers or microplastics even when examined under 50 times magnification.(File pic shows Spritzer's bottling plant.)

PETALING JAYA: Spritzer Malaysia has released the results of an analysis conducted by Sirim Bhd which showed no detection of microplastics in the company’s silica-rich natural mineral water.

In a statement, it said the recently conducted test on a sample taken from a 600ml Spritzer Natural Mineral Water bottle produced on Jan 21,2021 did not detect any synthetic polymers or microplastics even when examined under 50 times magnification.

“This is in contrast to a research conducted by the State University of New York-Fredonia titled ‘Synthetic Polymer Contamination in Bottled Water’ revealing that many international brands of bottled water were contaminated with microplastics, ” it said.

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