Above and Beyond Expectations? Yep, That’s Waiakea Water

We know what you are thinking, bottled water is simply that, bottled water. HA! Boy have you been misinformed. Wait, that’s not your fault. The fault lies with the bottled water companies and their marketing. The main problem with bottled water that people have is that the bottle is made from a plastic that often shows up in a landfill or the ocean. This is so not cool. There is one bottled water company who is going above and beyond what we expect and that company is Waiakea Water. So, how are they going above and beyond? Well, it all starts in Hawaii.

Let’s talk about Waiakea water pH. The water is around 7.8 or 8.8 pH and that’s awesome for a natural bottled water. How do they do that using a natural process? Well, Waiakea is known as Hawaii volcanic water because t is filtered by using a volcano. The water slowly drips down into 14,000 feet of rock, volcanic rock. That makes for some amazing volcanic water benefits and to top it off, it’s just very cool to say you are drinking volcanic water imported from Hawaii. Oh, yes it still comes in a plastic bottle and it is delivered with a delivery truck.

We know what you are thinking, the bottle and the truck are harsh on the environment so is Waiakea part of the problem or the solution? Well, as luck would have it, the company is so concerned about being eco-friendly, they have solved both problems. They have developed a biodegradable bottle, the world’s first. They also use low emission trucks to deliver that water and as a result are reducing their carbon footprint. Now, that is going above and beyond, don’t you think? We do! They also provide clean drinking water to people at no cost to them through using a community give back program and so much more. They are really producing a Hawaii volcanic water that you can be happy to drink and offer to friends. It’s always best to recycle the bottle after you are done, but their bottle will break down in about 15 years vs the 1000 years it takes other plastic bottles. Yes, have a sip of Waiakea water, drink in the volcanic water benefits and let those numbers sink in.

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