Incorrect prejudices against tap water
Tap water is drinkable but many people use bottled mineral water. The low use of tap water for food use is often linked to incorrect prejudices.
These are the answers given to the most frequent consumer questions, inspired by a report
DRINKING WATER IS ALREADY AVAILABLE AT YOUR HOME. IT’S GOOD FOR DRINKING, EXCELLENT FOR SAVING.
An initiative aimed at raising awareness on the good quality of water.
Saving today is more important than it was yesterday.
A litre of mineral water costs on average 20 cents, while a litre of AMAP drinking water costs less than 0.14 cents.
The service provided by AMAP complies with the Integrated Management System certified for Quality, Environment, Health and Safety at Work in compliance with the UNI EN ISO 9001:2008, UNI EN ISO 14001:2004 and BS OHSAS 18001 standards:2007.
AMAP carries out approximately 25 analyses a day on distributed water and on the supply sources, guaranteeing the quality of the water provided to users.
According to the law, the operator is responsible for the quality of water delivered to the meter and the user is responsible for the water delivered by the tap.
To assist Users, AMAP offer the subscription to a service to check the water delivered by the taps. To take advantage of this service, just call the toll-free number 800.915.333.The cost of the service varies depending on the number of analyses requested by the user.