Water is one of the most abundant natural resources on the planet. Plus, it is something the body needs to remain strong and healthy. Yet, finding clean drinking water is a challenge for millions of people worldwide. Ryan Emmons and his company Waiakea Volcanic Hawaiian Water has made it their mission to do something about that. The company offers clean, mineral rich, naturally alkaline water that is filtered through thousands of feet of volcanic rock and gathered on the eastern base of the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii. The water is offered in environmentally safe biodegradable plastic bottles.
To address the dire need for clean drinking water in many parts of the world, Emmons provides millions of gallons of potable water to people in drought stricken areas. Plus, some of the company’s revenue is given to nonprofit community program. It’s a business model that’s designed to help meet the world’s water needs while providing clean, nutritious water for sale in plastic bottle that quickly degrade naturally. This is a mission to which Ryan Emmons is committed. Once which can serve as a model to the countless bottled water companies whose plastic bottles pollute the earth.
Emmons started Waiakea Volcanic Hawaiian Water in 2012. He grew up drinking the silica-rich water from the spring in Hilo, Hawaii on his family’s twice yearly vacations there. After earning his degree in business administration, he came up with the brilliant idea to offer the world the fantastic water drawn from the pristine sprint. The public’s response has been excellent. Waiakea Water is now among the fastest growing bottled water companies in the United States. People love the benefits the water offers and have embraced the company’s social mission.
One of the world’s few certified carbon neutral companies, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water with it’s electrolyte and mineral rich, naturally alkaline, BPA free water and positive mission, is making a wonderful impact on the world. The water it offers is great for the body and it’s energy-saving production and low-emission delivery methods are helping to protect the environment and preserve it for future generations to enjoy.