Resource for everyone
When arriving in Reykjavík, make sure that the first thing you do is enjoy a glass of cold water. One taste and you’ll sense that Iceland is the land of freshness.
Water is one of the world’s most important natural resources, and people are now beginning to understand that this resource is limited. Oceans account for 96.5% of all water, while fresh water accounts for only 2.5%. Of these fresh-water reserves, 68.6% is in the form of polar ice, while only 1.3% of the world’s fresh water is active in the hydrologic cycle of evaporation/transpiration, condensation and precipitation.