Bottled Water

Waiakea Water is the Next Big Thing in the Bottled Water Industry

Bottled Water, Degradable Plastic
When you think of an Old Boys’ Club, you might typically think of a stuffy cigar club of an elite yacht club. What you likely won’t think about is the bottled water industry. Yet, the average age of everyone in the industry is around 50 years old. Most have been in the bottled water game for decades and most companies put out a product that rarely changes or adapts to varying consumer demand. While many bottled water companies put a green leaf on their label or have certain elements that are categorized as being degradable, today’s earth-conscious consumer wanted more. We want a product that is truly sustainable. We are catching on that just because a bottle will degrade over 15,000 years shouldn’t classify it as a biodegradable bottle. That is where Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water m

The Contributions of Waiakea in Promoting Environmental Sustainability

Bottled Water, Business, Business Leaders, Carbon Neutral, Inc 500
Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water was founded in 2012 by Ryan Emmons. It was Hawaii’s first volcanic water brand and is among the top 500 fastest growing companies in America today. Between 2014 and 2016, Waiakea bottled water made a remarkable growth of 1,059.3%. The company’s business model functions on health, ethics, and eco-friendly initiatives. It is the most humane, greenest and healthiest water brand in the world. The water source is from rains and snowmelt of the Mauna Loa volcanic peak. It is then passed through porous lava for filtering and mineral enhancement. This kind of sourcing allows the company to offer a naturally alkaline volcanic water. A significant transformation took shape since the establishment of Waiakea water. Apart from making sales, the company shows genuine