Waiakea Water Makes the World Better

While companies brag of sales and investment portfolios, Waiakea brags of the environment and people they are able to take care of as a business. It’s true, since their foundation in 2012, they have made shocking progress in terms of their sales and the markets they have been able to penetrate but what they have been able to accomplish as a business is far more worthwhile than their profits.

Today, the bottled water industry is worth billions. This has seen hundreds of companies spring up with all of them looking for an edge over their competition. Some of the say they have the best filtration process and others say theirs have added vitamin values.

Waiakea has the beauty of nature on its side. First of all, instead of just filtering their water in a lab, they have a natural filtration process. The water, which is tapped from melted snow and rain water is passed through 14000 feet of volcanic rock; Mauna Loa volcano. This not only filters the water but also makes it rich with electrolytes, alkaline, potassium, magnesium, and calcium. This gives the water that nutritional value clients crave for and a sweet after taste in the mouth.

Their natural filtration process has seen this brand of water be very popular, but it’s not the sole reason for its popularity. The other part is the fact that by buying one litre of water, you help supply a week’s worth of water to water starved areas in Malawi. The hawaii volcanic water has given about 3% of its income to charity. So far, they have been able to donate over 5oo million litres of water to water starved regions.

The volcanic water benefits and water donations are not the only things you get when you buy one bottle of Waiakea water. You also get to preserve the environment. The water bottles we use today are not friendly to the environment. Research suggests that a bottle thrown into the environment today will decay in 100 years. With Waiakea’s new bottles, all it will take is 15 years for the bottles to degrade. The bottles are made out of recycled plastics and are certified to be neutral carbon.