Posted April 15, 2019 04:50:24 The Spring Water logo is often used by companies who want to appear as if they are in control of water quality.
It is a stylised representation of the water being stored and used in the Spring in Spring, a region in Australia’s north-east.
The logo is inspired by the Spring water that is stored on a mountain, in a place known as the Spring Valley.
The water in the Valley is treated, filtered and treated again.
The Spring water is also known as Spring Water.
The branding for Spring Water has been around for decades, and it is a trademark of the Queensland Government.
“It is a branding used in Queensland and is used by a number of other companies,” Queensland Environment Minister Rob Stokes said.
The logo, which looks like a cross between a snowman and a bottle opener, was first created by an artist, and is currently in use in the water supply in the Gold Coast, which is located in Queensland’s north.
A spokesperson for Queensland Water said it was not aware of any trademark infringement.
Mr Stokes also said the logo would be used to promote the Spring Water region.
In 2015, the Queensland government introduced a water quality initiative, which was designed to help improve water quality and save water for communities and businesses.
Water quality and conservation measures in Queensland, where the government has over 7,000km of coastline, were among the initiatives the Queensland Health Department launched in 2017.
It also introduced an ambitious plan to improve water supply through the introduction of the Springwater Water Project, which has been a major success.
More than 6,000 wells have been installed in Queensland over the past year.
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