- plaats waar een onderdeel van een constructie begint of aansluit
a natural flow of ground water
a natural flow of ground water
- Natural mineral waters and spring waters
- Natural mineral waters and spring waters (discontinued) Class 2.3.
- Class 2.2. Natural mineral waters and spring waters
- Natural mineral waters and spring waters (discontinued) Class 2.3. Beverages made from plant extracts
- The sales description of natural mineral waters shall be ‘natural mineral water’ or, in the case of an effervescent natural mineral water as defined in Annex I, Section III, as appropriate, ‘naturally carbonated natural mineral water’, ‘natural mineral water fortified with gas from the spring’ or ‘carbonated natural mineral water’.
- the natural mineral water in respect of which exploitation of the spring has been authorised complies with the provisions of Annex I, Section I;
- The first subparagraph shall not constitute a bar to the utilisation of natural mineral waters and spring waters in the manufacture of soft drinks.
- The term ‘spring water’ shall be reserved for a water which is intended for human consumption in its natural state, and bottled at source, which:
- ‘Natural mineral water’ means microbiologically wholesome water, within the meaning of Article 5, originating in an underground water table or deposit and emerging from a spring tapped at one or more natural or bore exits.
- The name of a locality, hamlet or place may occur in the wording of a trade description provided that it refers to a natural mineral water the spring of which is exploited at the place indicated by that description and provided that it is not misleading as regards the place of exploitation of the spring.
- Pathogen detection will be most reliable during late spring, summer and autumn seasons, although natural infections can be detected all year round in the perennial Solanum dulcamara growing in watercourses.
- ‘natural mineral water fortified with gas from the spring’ means water the carbon dioxide content of which from the same water table or the same deposit after decanting, if any, and bottling is greater than that established at source;
- When the labels or inscriptions on the containers in which the natural mineral waters are offered for sale include a trade description different from the name of the spring or the place of its exploitation, that place of exploitation or the name of the spring shall be indicated in letters at least one and a half times the height and width of the largest of the letters used for that trade description.
- The first subparagraph shall apply, mutatis mutandis and with the same intention as regards the importance attributed to the name of the spring or the place of its exploitation, with regard to the trade description used in advertising, in whatsoever form, relating to natural mineral waters.
- Exploitation of a natural mineral water spring shall be subject to permission from the responsible authority of the country where the water has been extracted, after it has been established that the water in question complies with the provisions laid down in Annex I, Section I.