Waiakea Water, The Extraordinary Bottled Water

According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the definition of extraordinary is: “going beyond what is usual, regular, or customary” and when considering Waiakea Water and all that it’s history entails, the company is extraordinary indeed. Their competition is incomparable to everything Waiakea Water represents and all that it has achieved and that is because Waiakea Water is unique and exemplary.

Waiakea Water is Unsurpassable

In a $100 billion industry, Waiakea Water is an exceptional corporation among many, striving to provide their customers with the finest product. This award-winning Hawaii volcanic water originates from the springs of the Mauna Loa volcano on Hawaii’s big island. Purity is what differentiates Waiakea Water from other bottled waters in an industry saturated with competition. Established in 2012, the driving forces behind Waiakea Water have always believed that everyone should “Drink Healthy, Drink Sustainably, Drink Ethically” which happens to be their slogan. Thus, their goal is to provide that wholesome water so all people have the opportunity to live by their slogan as well.

The Integrity of Waiakea Water

The process which gives Waiakea Water its volcanic water benefits as a result of natural filtration because this pure water — which comes from snowmelt and rain — percolates through metamorphic rock that is 14,000 feet thick before it’s bottled. This natural process enriches the water with electrolytes and minerals such as potassium, sodium, chloride, and magnesium, The water source that feeds the springs of the Mauna Loa volcano is the Kea aquifer, which receives constant recharging from 360 days of rain every year. An added benefit of this natural spring water is that the Waiakea Water pH has an alkalinity of 8.8.

Waiakea Water Goes Above and Beyond For the Environment

One apparent thing that sets Waiakea Water apart from their competition is that their concern about the environment is a sincere one. They are conscious about leaving the smallest carbon footprint conceivable by using low-emission vehicles to deliver their products characterizing them as a Certified Carbon Neutral company. At the beginning of 2018, they were notably the first bottled water company to use the first degradable plastic bottle which is 100 percent recyclable. Their new plastic bottles degrade in 15 years while regular plastic bottles used by other bottled water companies take over 1,000 years to completely biodegrade.