How Waiakea Water Stands Out From Their Competitors

There’s a lot of talk about bottled water, and it’s always positive. Even though the nature of it can be quite controversial, it is a $100 billion-dollar business worldwide. Not all bottled water is created equal though. If you haven’t tried Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic bottled water, you are missing out on some good stuff.


One of the factors that makes Waiakea Water unique is that it’s based out of beautiful Hawaii. It also comes from a volcano, how cool is that? Because it filters through 14,000 feet of porous volcanic rock, it has a number of health benefits packed full of electrolytes, minerals, and it’s naturally alkaline. (Read


Did you know that everyday 8 million tons of plastic is dumped into the ocean? That is a staggering amount! Only 23 percent of the 50 billion plastic water bottles used last year were recycled. Waiakea is ahead of the curb by only selling 100 percent recycled water bottles, which takes over 83 percent less energy to manufacture. This environmental consciousness has endeared the brand to many as well as earned it numerous awards and recognition. This includes the global Carbon Neutral certification.This show Waiakea cares about the planet and are doing their part to create less waste and using less energy. They even create the worl’d first fully degradable bottle, which will come available next year.


No water bottle company gives back as much as Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water does. This stellar water bottle company partnered up with PumpAid to help poor rural communities in Africa get the clean drinking water they need. For every liter of bottled water sold, Waiakea donates 1 weeks’ worth of clean drinking water. To date they have donated well over 500 million liters so far.


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Not only do they give back to the community, but Waiakea is committed to be a sustainable company and also environmentally friendly. All of their bottles come from 100 recycled bottles and they are going to release the first ever fully degradable bottle next year. Instead of taking 1,500 years to naturally degrade, it will take on 15 years! That is a 97 percent difference!


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Waiakea facility uses 33 percent renewable energy to keep the planet greener. The source where they get the water from has a recharge rate of 1.4 billion gallons a day, so they certainly will not deplete it.


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