The idea of getting bottled water is sometimes not prudent enough. Waiakea bottled water is an exception. It is sourced from naturally alkaline and pure water. The company has a global philosophy. Ryan Emmons is the founder of Waiakea water.
In 2012, Ryan Emmons decided to launch the volcanic water after he realised that the water he and his family drank during summer and winter was very special.
He said he discovered that the water was naturally healthy, pure, and had sustainable sources all over the world. The water was harvested from a natural source found in Southwest of Hilo town, one of the biggest Islands of Hawaii.
Crunchbase said that Waiakea springs, found thousands of the feet below of Mauna Loa Volcano, produces the sweetest and naturally tasting water. The water boasts a composition that is rich in electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium that are good for the hair, skin, bones, and the nails nourishment. The water has silica that makes the mouthfeel silky and soft. Learn more about Waiakea water: http://www.newyou.com/health/fresh-volcano-water/
According to Ladisco, Waiakea water has sustainable packaging. It is one of the premium bottled water and beverage to be certified by Carbon Neutral. Unlike other plastics, the water bottles are made of recycled Polythene terephthalate that is of a high grade and uses less energy to manufacture and reduces carbon emissions.
The plastic is, therefore, BPA- free. This volcanic water originates from rain on the pristine snow-capped peak of Maura and snowmelt. The water costs $1.79 half a Litre and $2.79 a Litre.
The water company has partnered with Pump Aid to dedicate charity to the community by supplying water to the disadvantaged communities in the rural Africa. It has distributed approximately 650,000 litres. The foundation has given a clean and safe water sanitation to over 1.35 million people.
Waiakea Water is awarding one lucky winner with an opportunity to immerse the beauty of Hawaii that will be a life-changing experience by participating in Wanderlust Yoga Festival via its #FollowYourFlowContest. The winner gets a round-trip to Oahu compliments of Skyscanner and also receives $1,000 free airfare.