What is deep sea water?
Deep sea water refers to seawater drawn from 200 meters or more below sea level.
The major characteristics of deep sea water include purity, small molecules, rich in minerals and trace elements, stability, and low temperature.
Moreover, since there is no direct contact with sunlight, deep sea water is free of contaminants, such as Pops (persistent organic pollutants), heavy metals and industrial chemicals.
Where does deep sea water come from?
Ocean water rich in nutrients sinks down to about 1000 meters below the sea surface and forms currents. After a long journey of traveling from the North Atlantic to the Indian Ocean, the deep sea current finally gushes out from the North Pacific Ocean.