Waiakea operates on a unique business model. In stark contrast with the other leading American companies, Ryan’s company is 100% eco-friendly. According to the Perfect Reporter, this company intends to cut their carbon emissions to zero by the end of 2017. Waiakea water seeks to only use 100% biodegradable water bottles by the end of the year.
Waiakea is Fighting Pollution and Poverty
This Hawaiian bottled water company maintains a robust corporate social responsibility program in the communities it is based. Today, visit remote villages in Africa and you’ll find water wells established by Waiakea. Thanks to the charitable contributions by Waiakea and Pump Aid, millions of low income people have attained a world-class education.
About Waiakea Water
Fall in love with the natural and delicious tasting water from Waiakea. The company sources the main ingredient at the peaks of the Mauna Loa volcano. This region has remained ostracized from the Hawaiian population for centuries and as such the water is completely devoid of pollution and other contaminants. Waiakea water contains a variety of essential minerals giving it a distinctive alkaline taste.
Awards and Acknowledgments
The premium bottled water company has earned several accolades for its quality and healthy products and for its contribution towards making the planet a better place for all. IN 2015, the Hawaiian company scooped two prestigious awards: The Dujour Award for the Most Socially Responsible Company in US and Canada and the Food and Beverage Innovation Award.