The Hawaiian water brand, founded in 2012 by current CEO Ryan Emmons, has changed the environment and enhanced easier access to water. The manufacturing process of water in the company is regulated to reduce carbon emissions that pollute the environment. Waiakea water preparation is through filtration in a porous lava that provides natural minerals. The process of water production has earned the company a carbon neutral certification, in water bottling and beverage industry. Waiakea Company encourages replanting of trees and incorporates a three-way bottom line model to conserve the environment.
Waiakea Hawaiian Bottled Company records an increasingly annual growth rate because of its dominance in the market. The water firm has a value of $10 million, which has made it be the largest water company producing pure natural alkaline volcanic water. The company educates on the importance of having clean water and environmental conservation, which has helped to improve the water bottling and beverage industry. Waiakea water boasts of sustainable packaging through packing water in biodegradable bottles, which influenced more consumers to prefer their water in the market.
Waiakea water originates from pure and natural alkaline, which is rich in electrolytes. The water has a unique mineral composition that comprises of sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium and 30mg silica. The water brand brags of producing water with a pH between 7.8 and 8.8. The premium water beverage addresses the natural functional, social and environmental trends.
Waiakea bottled water company together with Pump Aid, donates water to communities in Africa living in arid areas. The cooperation has enabled one million people in Malawi to access water by supplying over four thousand water pumps and created job opportunities for the locals. For each liter sold, the water company offers 650 liters to the community. The bottled water company is proud to be the greenest, healthiest and most charitable water enterprise in the world.