Why Choose Waiakea Water?
There are more brands of bottled water than anyone could ever list. Merely walk into a gas station or corner market and you will see dozens of bottled water brands. With this in mind, it should come as no surprise that the bottled water industry is now worth nearly 100 billion dollars. In order to make sure their brand stands out above all the rest companies have been utilizing all sorts of tactics: marketing campaigns, catchphrases, art design, and others more complex strategies.
Some companies truly offer something different to the bottled water industry. Take Waiakea Water for example, All of Waiakea’s bottles of water are bottled from natural springs in Hawaii, but this is not entirely what makes the brand special. The spring water is filtered through natural volcanic rock formations on the island. There are dozens of spring waters on the market; Waiakea is the only water that is filtered through volcanic springs.
Everything about the packaging of Waiakea screams Hawaii. The water comes in a clear bottle that is reminiscent of the color of the ocean. The name itself is even a Hawaiian word that translates to broad waters.
Waiakea is also making leaps towards limiting pollution to our oceans. Waiakea uses biodegradable bottles that take only a fraction of the time to degrade. About 50 billion plastic water bottles are used in the United States each year. Less than a quarter of those were recyclable. Waiakea’s bottles degrade in around 20 years; it takes most bottles well over 500 years degrade.
Waiakea also uses low emission vehicles in their logistics, but they’re noble efforts aren’t simply limited to the environment. For every liter of Waiakea water sold they donate a week’s worth of drinking water to the residents of Malawi.
If these are not enough reasons to purchase Waiakea water then you should know that Waiakea is also packed full of minerals like calcium and potassium. These minerals are a result of Waiakea water’s innovative approach to filtration. As previously mentioned, the water used by Waiakea runs through volcanic rock formations. This leaves the water full of minerals. A side effect of the nutrient rich water is a slightly strange PH level. Waiakea is not just the only volcanic water, but it is among the most mineral rich waters on shelves today.