Waiakea Waters Saves Everybody

In a billion-dollar industry, to be profitable, a company must stand out. Waiakea Water is definitely that company because they introduced volcanic water to the bottled water market. They also are all about the environment and you can see this with their biodegradable bottles that only take 15 years to fully decompose and return back to the earth whereas regular bottles can take up to 1000 years to do the same. This article explains why the world needs a company that is focused on helping our environment and how Waiakea has stepped up to that task. The article explains how major countries in Asia are dumping endless amounts of plastic bottles into our world’s oceans and that not where they belong. The author joked that they would rather see a shark in the ocean over a plastic bottle because that is where the shark belongs. But Asian countries are not the only ones adding to the plastic bottle problem. The United States only recycled 23% of plastic bottles last year and the rest is somewhere sitting in landfills. Go To This Page to learn more.

 

 

Ryan Emmons created a truly innovative company when he introduced Waiakea Waters to the world. The company is built around the rain and snow water that runs off of one of the longest active volcanoes, Mauna Loa, which is located on the Big Island of Hawaii. The water runs through 14,000 feet of porous rock and get infused with minerals like sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium which offer an amazing taste to the consumer along with help benefits for bones, skin and hair. (Read affiliatedork.com/the-truth-behind-waiakea-water)

 

Emmons access to the amazing volcano gave him the inspiration to create Waiakea Waters. The company is very involved with Pump Aid which is an organization that helps provide communities around the world with clear water. He has been very active in providing communities with millions of gallons of water using age old pumping systems. The mission of Waiakea Waters from the start was to give back and help communities in need. More on: https://waiakeasprings.com/healthy/

 

 

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