Having access to bottled water is a luxury for some, and a must-have for others, where clean drinking water is not a reality. Hawaii is known for its health-conscious culture, Aloha Spirit, and an abundance of natural wonders. It comes as no surprise then, that they have produced Waiakea bottled water, a product that stands out from the crowd.
Bottled water companies all use a tagline to sell their product. These can range from the filtering process, unique PH levels, or naturally occurring vitamins and minerals. So finding out what makes Waiakea Water stand out from the crowd is a good place to start.
Waiakea means “broad waters.” The Aloha culture has been blended into the product, which as we’ll soon learn, means that it is healthy and nature conscious. The beauty of this water is its natural filtration system. Waiakea water is bottled after being filtered through 14,000 ft of volcanic rock as it trickles down the lava slopes and natural lava tubes of the Mauna Loa volcano. It is a completely natural and organic process, handled by mother nature herself.
Waiakea Water takes the art one step further by packaging their water in 100% recyclable, degradable bottles. An average plastic bottle, of which there are thousands littering the surface of the ocean, take roughly 1,000 years to degrade. A Waiakea Water bottle, on the other hand, will return to the environment in about 15 years. That’s over 70X’s faster than conventional plastic! These bottles are less likely to ever make it to the ocean, as 100% recyclable plastics are far more likely to be processed correctly.
Waiakea water is healthy for mind, body, and spirit. It is produced naturally, designed to protect nature and is an organic source of volcanic, purified H20. If there is ever a reason to choose one brand over another, Waiakea Water provides excellent reasons to do so. It is a choice that benefits not only the consumer but everyone on this planet as well.