Healthy living and conservationism have often been seen as moving hand in hand across the 21st-century which has been seen in recent years with the creation of the Waiakea Water brand in 2012. This impressive company believes in the development of a healthy water option alongside maintaining a socially responsible company outlook coupled with a belief in giving back to both the planet and local communities.
The origins of Waiakea Water can be traced to the periods of time spent by the family of Ryan Emmons on the Big Island of Hawaii close to the Mauna Loa volcano where the volcanic filtration taking place in this bottled water product takes place. A high mineral and pH level was seen in the water the Emmons family were drinking led Ryan Emmons to take the water directly to the people of the world in the form of his socially responsible brand.
Achieving commercial success is not the overall aim of Ryan Emmons and the Waiakea Water brand which is now responsible for bringing clean water to areas of the world where drinking water is often seen as a luxury. Waiakea Water has now partnered with the Pump Aid group to bring more success to the charity already responsible for bringing clean water to more than one million people in rural Africa.
A sustainable approach to the provision of clean drinking water is always high on the list of priorities of Waiakea Water through the decision to remove only around one percent of the water sourced from the Mauna Loa volcano area to ensure no lasting damage is inflicted on the island.