Waiakea Water Is Not Your Average Bottle Of Water
In a million dollar industry, how does one bottle water company stand out from all of the rest? When it comes to Waiakea Water, they have location on their side. They are located in Hawaii. Their name is even Hawaiian. When people think of Hawaii images of the beautiful water that surrounds the island comes to mind. People naturally think that their water will be good to drink.
Hawaiian Volcanic Water
However, Waiakea Water has more than their location on their side. Their filtration process cannot be compared to any other bottled water company. Their water is filtered naturally through 14,000 feet of volcanic rock. No one else can claim that they are selling Hawaiian volcanic water.
The idea of putting natural volcanic water into ordinary plastic bottles did not sit well with Waiakea Water. They wanted to be known as a company that cares about the environment. Their business is already certified as being Carbon Neutral. To meet their sustainable objectives, they developed a fully degradable bottle made from 100 percent recyclable plastic. Their bottle will only take 15 years to completely break down compared to the 1,000 years that it takes other plastic bottles.
Waiakea water was founded by Ryan Emmons. Emmons would spend his summers and winters in Hawaii with his family. In 2012, he started his company after realizing that the water he was consuming all of the years was the purest and healthiest water that he and his family could possibly drink.
Not only does it go through one of the most natural filtration processes, it naturally contains health benefiting minerals. It contains a great amount of silica which has proven to reduce the risk of getting Alzheimer’s. Waiakea water pH level is naturally alkaline. These factors contribute to the softness of the water.
Waiakea gives back
Waiakea Water is a company with a conscious. They realize not everyone has access to drinking water. They have partnered with Pump Aid to provide rural areas in Africa with clean drinking water.