Waiakea Water Restores Humanity’s Faith in the Bottled Water Industry

Everyone knows that drinking water is good for your health. The benefits of doing so on a consistent basis are plentiful. It’s good for your joints and muscles, it helps you lose weight, and I haven’t even gotten into the beauty benefits for your skin and hair yet. Still, there are different types of water that are better for you than most others.

In recent years, the bottled water industry has gotten a bad rep. The excessive waste caused by companies that use plastic bottles has made several people stop drinking bottled water. Also, those claims of alkaline water using alternative methods have been debunked.

The Hawaiian sourced water goes through a volcanic filtration process from Mauna Loa volcano.

This source provides the water with optimal electrolytes, namely: sodium, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and silica. The pH balance of this water is between 7.8 and 8.8, giving it the distinction of being naturally alkaline.

The team behind Waiakea water goes above and beyond to manufacture and deliver premium bottled water globally. The bottling process uses significantly less carbon emissions than the plastic water bottling process. Over 90% less to be exact.

The sustainability efforts of Waiakea spring carries over into the shipping process they use. In order to ship products from Hawaii to the U.S. this globally conscious brand chooses a greener route to make deliveries. Waiakea mostly uses low emissions carriers that would be returning to the states empty. They fill these vessels with cargo to make what would typically be a costly trip, more environmentally friendly.

If you’re like most people in America you can choose to purchase better quality water just as easily as you can choose to refrain from buying water that you deem as unacceptable. Unfortunately there are parts of the world where the people aren’t given a choice. The non-sanitary conditions of their water supplies are deplorable.

For people in African villages such as Malawi, they would consider your ability to make a choice as to what kind of water you’d like to drink a blessing. It’s something that they don’t get to experience. Water related diseases in that small village is contributed as the leading cause of death of children in the village. It is the second leading cause of death for adults in the village.

Waiakea in conjunction with Pump Aid makes it possible for those villagers to receive clean water. For every liter of water purchased from Waiakea water they will provide 650 liters to villages like Malawi.