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Master Thesis

L'eau minérale naturelle de Jonzac : "source" de multiples applications

Abstract : The geothermal and thermal adventure of the town of Jonzac began in 1979 with the exploitation of Triassic waters for geothermal purposes initially, before discovering its therapeutic properties. This sulphurous, sulphated, sodium chloride natural mineral water allowed the granting of accreditation in rheumatology (1985), in the treatment of the respiratory tract (1991) and in phlebology (2004) for the thermal baths of Jonzac, before being available in a range of dermo- cosmetics by the Léa Nature laboratory in 2011. Concerned about the development of its water resources, the city decided to continue to exploit the geothermal potential of this one to give birth to the aqualudic center “Les Antilles de Jonzac”, true beacon bringing regional visibility to the city with nearly 500,000 visitors per year. Finally, another aquifer is being exploited in Jonzac, that of the Cenomanian, providing both a source of drinking water for the inhabitants but also a new accreditation as natural mineral water. This approval, combined with the pesticide-free and nitrate-poor nature of the water, paves the way to possible bottling and marketing at the national level. The town of Jonzac, a pioneer in the development of water in all its forms, will therefore have to guard against the problems inherent to it, namely the conflicts of use and the environmental impact caused by such exploitation.
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Rémi Parpette, Parpette-Bénéteau. L'eau minérale naturelle de Jonzac : "source" de multiples applications. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03359351⟩



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