Ishka Irish Spring Water is delighted to join forces with Breast Cancer Ireland and launch its new pink bottle. The award winning Ishka Irish Spring Water is bottled at source in Co. Limerick Ireland. The new distinctive pink 500ml bottle is ideal for taking on a run or for keeping hydrated on any outing. Denis [...]
ISHKA IRISH SPRING WATER has the "BOTTLE"... Trials have successfully completed and are now in full production with Irelands first recycled plastic bottles here at our own on-site natural spring and bottling plant in Ballyneety, County Limerick. These new recycled plastic preform bottles have been sourced from the UK. They contain 30% recycled plastic. This [...]
Ishka sponser Monaleen Cancer run (click read more to see picture).
Ishka proudly sponsor Limerick City for St Patrick's parade/ festival.
Ishka invest 4 million in new state of the art fully automated bottling line for light weight bottles Line is due to be commissioned second week in April 2018 producing 18000 bottles per hour on 250ml and 500ml flat and sports cap
Ishka - pioneering bottled water production using the latest production technologies. In this way we fully utilise the functional, creative and economic capabilities for the benefit of our customers.
As an Irish company blessed with having such a plentiful and pure natural resource of clean water right here on-site at the Ishka plant we wanted to show our thankfulness, and that we don't take our resource for granted, by supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals with business action, and do our part for [...]
Three new spring wells have been discovered on-site on our Ishka facilities land. These new 200-300m wells have been fully tested and approved and are due to come on stream in the Autumn of this year.
Ishka were delighted to support the Great Limerick Run 2016 by becoming a Corporate Sponsor for Limerick's biggest annual event, and premier event in the national sporting calendar. Ishka provided 60,000 bottles of Natural Spring Water to keep runners hydrated at all the water stations dotted around the 26.2 miles/42 kilometres course and at the [...]