The geology of the AQUA Carpatica springs is a testimony to a rich history of transformation that has taken place below the earth’s surface, going back millennia.
The old strata of rock in the area date back to the Proterozoic Eon. They consist of both sedimentary and magmatic rock that has undergone complex transformations. The newer strata of rock are the result of increased volcanic activity in the Călimani Mountains, having been left behind in the wake of eruptions that took place in the Neogene.
The volcanic activity of the area is the reason for naturally-occurring emanations of carbon-dioxide, giving AQUA Carpatica its distinctive sparkle.