Rain to Bottle Process


Rain clouds develop from the cold air from the North Pole which produce clouds that travel over the ocean and arrive in Oregon’s beautiful Willamette Valley. This is where Pure Rain Bottled Rain Water is captured before it touches the earth, is purified and bottled. Prior to capturing, we allow it to rain for multiple hours so that we flush the atmosphere of pollutants and dust. This ensures we only capture rain that is the most pure. Then, we purify it further with the steps noted above. This is one of the main reasons we collect our rain in Oregon so we can rinse the atmosphere prior to capturing.

1. active carbon filtration

Our rain water undergoes multi-stage submicron filtration processes. Activated carbon filtration utilizes chemical adsorption and removes contaminants and impurities.

2. reverse osmosis

For exceptional hyper-filtration and purification below 0.1 nm, we utilize highly selective reverse osmosis membranes that only allow pure water to pass through.

3. ultraviolet (uv)

We use a highly effective, chemical-free water sterilization and purification process of exposing our rain water to ultraviolet light.

4. ozonation

Ozone is bubbled through the rain water and is used as an effective anti-microbiological agent. This process also enriches Pure Rain with oxygen prior to bottling.


Pure Rain is bottled in Grade 1, BPA-free, 100% recyclable plastic bottles. There has been controversy over the potential leaching of phthalates from some lower grade plastic materials. We have extensively tested our high grade plastic bottles, and no phthalates are detected. We do not use biodegradeable or recycled plastic materials in the manufacturing of our bottles or caps because of the lack of research studies on these chemical additives and their effects on the health of adults and children.


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