Waiakea Water-Much more then your average bottle of water!

In an article on affiliatedork.com, dated August 28th of 2018, the company Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Bottled Water was featured as an unique and “game changer” in the bottled water business. This company isn’t just another company putting bottle water on shelves; it is changing the industry in many positive ways. The company was founded to “create positive change for the environment and people in need all over the world.”

Some of the innovative ways this company is changing the business in a positive and Eco-friendly way are as follows. Waiakea Water is the first Carbon-Neutral certified bottled water company in the United States. For every liter that is purchased, the company donates one week of clean water through an initiative known as “Pump Aid.” Pump Aid provides clean drinking water to those primarily in Africa, especially the country of Malawi in Africa. Clean drinking water is extremely difficult to find in rural Malawi and through companies like Waiakea Water, that is becoming possible which saves many lives!

Not only is this company helping “Pump Aid” but also is donating a portion of their profits to the Kama’aha Education Initiative” in Hawaii. This helps Native Hawaiians succeed in many different aspects of education in the core subjects.

Waiakea is truly “hawaiian volcanic water” because the source of the water comes from the eastern end of the Mauna Loa Volcano. The self sustaining aquifer impact to the environment is limited and has volcanic water benefits as it uses 33 percent renewable energy.

Some of the biggest positive impacts this company provides in that every bottle of drinking water is 100% RPET (Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate) RPET uses 85% less energy, 90% less water and 90% fewer carbon emission. All bottles are also BPA free. Not only have the accomplished these feats but they are currently working in 2018 to make fully recyclable and naturally degradable bottles!

Ultimately, this company isn’t about just making profits from filling shelves at the store. It is a company that is changing the bottle water business in its manufacturing process and educational initiatives. It is helping to protect the environment and providing profits to provide clean drinking water to those in Africa and around the world. All bottle water companies should strive to become like the Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Bottled Water!

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Waiakea Water Possesses Significant Natural pH Value

People the world over have abandoned the faucet in favor of the bottle. Bottled water has become so popular that it has its own industry, filled with a variety of companies that all sell the same thing. Water. So how does one stand out in a market that sells clear, somewhat tasteless, liquid most people can get out of any spicket in their own house? Marketing.

Bottled water is sold primarily by three different things; the source, the health, and the footprint. People buy bottled water because of the unique quality of its origin. They buy bottled water because of the health benefits it provides. They also buy bottle water because of the good it does for the environment. Recently, the newest trend in the bottle water market is alkalinity. Alkaline water balances the human pH balance which apparently is a good thing. This is where Waiakea Water leaves other companies in the dust.

pH levels are rated between 0 to 14. 14 is complete alkalinity, and 0 is well… acid. Beverages with a 5.5 alkalinity can eat away at your teeth, which is why sodas are so bad, they come in at pH balance of 2 to 3.5. Waiakea water has a natural alkalinity of 8.2. Natural. This is because Waiakea water is volcanic water. Water that is filtered by running through the porous rock of a volcano, stripping away acidity and leaving a pure alkaline result. This makes Waiakea the healthies, tastiest water on the market today.

Waiakea was founded by Ryan Emmons in 2012. Emmons discovered the water whilst on vacation. The source of the water is Hilo, a town on the Big Island. It is filtered through a passage of about 1000 feet through the Mauna Loa Volcano. In addition to the pH level, Waiakea also boasts natural minerals. The rock it passes through contains sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium.

The water comes from a sustainable source, an aquifer with a 1.4 billion gallon recharge rate. The facility that collects the water runs on 33% renewable energy, and the packaging is also sustainable as well.