Waiakea: Securing its Place in the Bottled Water Industry

Waiakea is a bottled water brand that has taken the industry by storm. The brand is one of the few brands that takes the route of selling natural water that is some of the purest of its kind. The water that is put out by the brand is sourced from the springs around the volcanoes in Hawaii, making them some of the purest waters in the region. The water in these is generally through the melting of the ice on the top of the mountains in the area. The Waiakea springs produce some of the most nutrient rich water, that is not only good for you but also makes you feel energized and revitalized. The brand does not only sell their water in the United States, but all around the world. The brand is one that believes in not just putting out bottled water that is good and pure but also giving back.

Waiakea is one of the few brands that believe in keeping their word when it comes to having environment friendly practices. During the manufacturing processes, the brand tries its best to keep their power consumption minimal. For the consumption that they do have, the brand tries its best to use renewable sources of energy to reduce their overall carbon footprint by a considerable amount. The brand also uses only recycled plastic for their water bottles, which reduces the number of plastic bottles that end up polluting the rivers and oceans.

Ryan Emmons is the founder of Waiakea water. At just twenty-two years old, he has become one of the youngest players in the packaged water industry. He believes that as an entrepreneur, he has an obligation to do his bit to help the environment and the people since he can indeed have an impact on such a massive scale. Since starting up the company in 2012, Waiakea has grown incredibly. Today, the company is worth over ten million dollars and has made the founder one of the most well-known names in the business. Hereon, the company plans to implement more ways to make their production entirely sustainable and environmentally friendly.

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