just the answer – Icelandic Water

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 9 October 2008

Icelandic Water opened its long-awaited 'naturally powered' bottling facility late last month. Michelle Russell visited the new state-of-the-art plant and spoke with the company's CEO and co-founder, Jon Olafsson, about the company's carbon neutral certification, the progress of the Icelandic Glacial brand and what the future holds for the business.

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Icelandic Water opened its long-awaited 'naturally powered' bottling facility late last month. Michelle Russell visited the new state-of-the-art plant and spoke with the company's CEO and co-founder, Jon Olafsson, about the company's carbon neutral certification, the progress of the Icelandic Glacial brand and what the future holds for the business.

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