Waiakea is not only introducing Volcanic filtered water, which has a high PH level, but also a biodegradable bottle, which returns to the earth in less 15 years or less.
FInding biodegradable plastics has been a problem for scientists, environmentalist, and conservationists for decades since plastics were introduced into the environment. Polyethylene, the most common, had been around since its invention in 1898. The problem with plastics when used to serve food is they leave some form of an aftertaste, though that has changed now that technology progresses. Another problem is polyethylene takes between 500-1000 years to decompose or disintegrate.
Waiakea Water brings consumers Hawaiian volcanic water and a biodegradable bottle.
Waiakea water ph is higher than most water products on the market due to the fact that it is sourced from the Volcanic Rock of Mauna Loa, the largest on the island. Nutritionists understand Hawaii water benefits as being the effect of the distance the water has to travel along the more than 17,000-foot descent down thru the Mauna Loa volcano, where it moves along a series of filtration reservoirs. Waiakea Water is providing water with the most significant amount of natural filtration and is bottling water in biodegradable bottles that have a shorter time than most water containers.
Waiakea Water is staying at the forefront of the 100 Billion dollars bottled water industry by providing a rich source of PH leveled water along with a bottle that is safe for consumers and environment.
Waiakea Water has received several awards since its reaching market:
- Food and Beverage Innovation Award
- Gold in Water and Best in Show
- Water Tasting-Best Packaging
- Most Socially Responsible Company of the Year
- Best Corporate Responsibility Initiative
- First Hawaiian Volcanic Water of Its Kind
- Naturally enriched with Electrolytes and Minerals
- Naturally (not artificially) Alkaline (8.8pH)