What makes good bottled water? There are so many brands of bottled water that are trying to get people to buy them. IT’s difficult to choose one that meets all the criteria that people want their bottled water to meet. Luckily, there might be one that exceeds everyone’s expectations.
The first thing people think about when it comes to water is about where the water comes from. Nobody wants to drink sewage water no matter how many times the company says it’s been filtered. At the same time, nobody wants to be responsible for drying up a lake bed either.
A good bottled water brand needs to get their water from somewhere sustainable and cool. That’s something that Waiakea Water holds over everyone else. Their water is rainfall and snowmelt from atop the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii. That means it’s volcanic water; the coolest sounding and sustainable water in the world.
Their water is filtered through 14,000 feet of porous volcanic rock and is enriched with minerals and vitamins at the same time. When the water finally appears out of springs all around the volcano, Waiakea Water is packaged at the source and shipped all over the world using low-emission vehicles.
That brings up the next reason that Waiakea Water is the best. Their dedication to the environment far exceeds their competition. Unlike the competition, they no longer use traditional plastic bottles that take up to 1,000 years to degrade.
Their bottles degrade in only 15 years, which makes everyone feel better if they see someone not recycling the plastic. The environmental consideration puts them ahead of their competition, but their commitment to philanthropy is the cherry on top. Unlike other companies who only host charitable events for promotional reasons, Waiakea Water is always dedicated to helping others.
For every case of water Waiakea sells, they donate 650 liters of clean water to struggling communities in Africa. So far, their partnership with Pump Aid has brought 1.35 million people fresh water.