Waiakea Water – Lowering the Carbon Footprint

Waiakea water is a bottled water company that produces great tasting water but not at the expense of the environment. Their water bottles actually break down in as little as 15 years compared to the average 1,000 years of so many plastic bottles that are manufactured.

Plastic bottles that do not get recycled fill up the landfills and they do not go anywhere anytime soon. Waiakea Water bottles are fully degradable which is a big step in keeping your earth clean and pollutant-free. The bottles that Waiakea uses are even 100 percent recyclable. Waiakea Water is a company that is growing very fast, and that is for good reason.

Waiakea water uses renewable resources to bottle its water, and the facility that manufactures this quality water is even uses an impressive 33 percent renewable energy. Waiakea water is considered to be a CarbonNeutral company, and their packaging is made of recycled polyethylene terephthalate. This material uses about 85 percent less energy to create than the average plastic bottle. Their manufacturing process is helping to reduce emissions by over 90 percent, and their bottles are also BPA-free.

Waiakea Water is using its great success to help benefit others and they are a company that is making it possible for people in rural Africa to get the clean drinking water that they need and depend on. They have partnered with Pump Aid. Pump Aid is a charity that is getting clean drinking water to over 1.35 million people in rural Africa and has made it possible to donate 650 liters of drinking water to those in need. They have also made it possible to implement over 3,200 Elephant water pumps as well.

Waiakea water is filtered, and it contains lots of the good stuff like calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium. It also has a healthy dose of silica. Silica has been found to reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer’s by 11 percent. The pH level of Waiakea water is 7.8 to 8.8 which also means that it is naturally alkaline. Waiakea water cares about the earth and is doing something to reduce waste.