Waiakea Water is Renewable and Good for the Environmant

Waiakea Water is not your average bottled water. Waiakea Water is actually Hawaii volcanic water and is naturally filtered through thousands of feet of porous volcanic rock to give it its smooth and pure taste.

 

Waiakea Water prides itself on preserving the environment, and it is a company that gives back as well. Waiakea Water comes from the Hawaiian words, “wai akea” which means “broad waters.” The company wanted to give the customer a little taste of Hawaii through their thirst-quenching water and also to emphasize the importance of keeping your world as beautiful as it is meant to be.

 

Waiakea Water was not about to be just another bottled water company that is contributing to all the plastic bottles that take over 1000 years to break down in the landfills. Their water bottles take just 15 years to break down and are even considered to be fully renewable. (Learn more about Waiakea Water on Organic Authority: Waiakea Water: Redefines Sustainable)

 

The bottled water company has even partnered with Pump Aid to help those in need of clean drinking water in rural communities that do not have access to greatly needed and life-sustaining water.

 

The Hawaii volcanic water has a water ph of 7.8 to 8.8. This means that it is alkaline, and it is also packed full of good stuff like potassium, magnesium, sodium, and calcium. It is also full of silica which has been known to reduce the chances of getting Alzheimer’s. Silica is also what gives Waiakea Water its nice smooth taste. Waiakea offers purity in its ultimate, untainted form.

 

Waiakea Water is bottled in a facility that uses about 33 percent of renewable energy which is about 85 percent less than what it takes to manufacture “regular” plastic bottles. They also package their bottles water in bottles that require 90 percent fewer carbon emissions to create and are BPA-free. Go Here for more information.

 

Waiakea Water and Pump Aid are also working together to get clean drinking water to rural communities that do not have the luxury of clean drinking water. They are saving lives by getting the people who live in those areas of the world the water at they need and depend on for survival.

 

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