Well, the water from our tap is treated with chemicals so as to ensure its safety and is sometimes enriched with minerals. Spring water, however, gathers its minerals from the mountain soil it glides over on its way down and is not treated with harsh chemicals, so it usually has more minerals.
Often the only minerals found in municipal water are the trace amounts of metals from pipes (such as copper) and chemical elements such as iodine and fluoride. Spring water will often have many more minerals present, as well as higher amounts of pathogens such as coliform bacteria.
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