Waiakea Hawaiian Water Company was started to produce bottled water through a sustainable process and has had a positive result on the environment and world as a whole. Waiakea water is said to be the first company to use Timeplast’s nano-additive with its bottles. Ryan Emmons serves as the founder as well as the chief executive officer of Waiakea Company. Waiakea gets alkaline water from the slopes of the volcano and supplies it to the United States citizens. The company brand is known to be free from carbon.
Waiakea Hawaiian has created bottles that are said to be environmentally friendly in the sense that they can be recycled and they are entirely degradable. Waiakea Water Company has been involved in various charitable activities, for instance, their partnership with pump aid has helped in providing clean water to the people. They have also donated many gallons of water. Through their donations and charity activities, their main aim has always been to take care of the land.
Waiakea Hawaiian water has succeeded through its ability to sustain its brand not only through advertisement but also through having aquifer sources which make this water available and abundant in supply. They have employed their method of water production to minimize carbon emission. Waiakea Hawaiian water is produced using a natural way of filtration method. The filtration process is extensive and ensures that the water produced is clean. Their means of getting water ensures that no contamination since the source of their water is based in a remote protected and conserved area, which makes the water pure.
Waiakea Hawaiian water goes through the natural purification process, and this ensures that most acids are removed and therefore making the pure water alkaline. Volcanic water gives an excellent and refreshing taste. Waiakea Hawaiian volcanic brand was named after its source.
The water is therefore recommendable for various uses including drinking, making beverages and others. Ryan Emmons, founder of this company says this water is recommended during both winter and summer seasons.