Poland Spring bottled water is sourced from eight different springs located in natural wilderness regions of Maine. The water is named after the original spring discovered in a remote region in the southern part of the state. At the southernmost tip of the state lies Cold Spring, which receives its water from ages old glacial deposits. Evergreen Spring is situated close to the border of New Hampshire in a protected area not far from the Western Mountains. White Cedar Spring is situated in an area on the eastern side of Maine, which is home to the state's Rangely Lake and Saddleback Mountain. The water in this area comes from the rain and snow that falls across the state of Maine. This means Poland Spring water comes from a renewable resource. The water soaks into the surrounding soil where it travels through various layers of rock and sediment to eventually end up in underground springs.