There are many companies selling brands of bottled water today. The industry overall is worth $100 billion and is global in its appeal. While even just a few decades ago most people would have scoffed at people buying bottled water nonetheless it has become a huge industry. In order to stand out from the crowd many bottled water companies do something unique with their brand, whether that’s adding in other nutrients, developing a unique filtration process, or in some other way.
Waiakea Water is one of the brands that stands out different from others. For one, it’s the only one that is sourced from a Hawaiian volcano. Because the volcanic rock naturally filters the water as it seeps down through it, Waiakea Water has a host of healthy minerals it naturally contains.
Another way that Waiakea Water is different from its competitors is when it comes to the actual water bottle. Their brand is not just made from 100% recycled plastic. They are now starting to incorporate a substance they helped to develop that will cause their water bottles to break down very rapidly compared to regular ones. Instead of languishing in a landfill for 1,500 years a Waiakea Water bottle will break down in just 15. That’s different. (See affiliatedork.com/the-truth-behind-waiakea-water)
Another way that Waiakea Water is unique is because being socially responsible is at the heart of the company and part of its mission statement. For every bottle of Waiakea Water that is sold a donation is made to get clean water to isolated villagers in Africa. The company partnered with Pump Aid to to make this happen. This organization installs easily maintained water pumps in villages which allows the residents to have a source of clean and safe water to drink and use for other purposes.
Waiakea Water is headed by its founder, Ryan Emmons. He is the company’s chief executive officer and oversees the daily activities of his company. He has said that his goal in establishing this company was to provide people with a great tasting and healthy water, delivered in an environmentally sensitive way, and giving back to the community. Visit This Page to learn more.
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