Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is breaking the mold of the whole bottled water industry with everything they encompass. Bottled water can be very wasteful according to its critics, yet it is the most purchased bottled beverage around the entire world. The great thing about this brand is that they come from 100 percent post consumer products and take way less energy to produce, 85 percent to be exact. They have created the worl’d first fully degradable bottle. Five years and 1,500 experiments made this project a labor of love. Getting the patents for this invention was quite a challenge within itself. Even huge corporations tried, but did not succeed.
No other brand can compete with this incredible company. Catchy slogans and fine lettering do not compare to what Waiakea does for the environment, society, and the fact that this water comes from a volcano and is packed full of health benefits. They provide clean drinking water to people around the world who don’t have it at their disposal like other countries do. The meaning Waiakea is actually two words, “wai akea” and translates to broad waters. The pristine nature of Hawaii and its luscious land brings people all over the world to see its beauty.
World’s greenest bottled water brand Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water based in the beautiful island of Hawaii. On Mauna Loa Volcano this mineral and electrolyte rich alkaline water is filtered through 14,000 feet of volcanic water. It starts on the top with snowmelt and rainfall and cascades down into their facility where the bottle the water.
There are two more factors that make this brand of water so incredible that it’s hard to pass up. Their environmentally friendly facility uses 33 percent renewable energy to help out the planet. Waiakea’s water bottles are 100 percent recyclable which in turn takes 85 percent less energy to produce.
When a one liter bottled is purchase from any store across the nation, 650ml of is donated to poor rural communities in Africa. To date Waiakea and their charity partner PumpAid have donated over 500 million gallons of clean drinking water to people in need.