Waiakea Water’s Partnership with Pump Aid Makes an Impact

People across the world are becoming more aware of their impact on the environment. They are increasingly looking for ways to conserve the environment ranging from the use of eco-friendly environmental conservation methods to consumption of easily disposable plastic bottles. Bottled water has become popular globally as it is convenient and ready to use. However, Waiakea water encourages the use of eco-friendly and biodegradable water bottles to reduce adverse impact on the environment.

About Waiakea

Waiakea, a Hawaiian volcanic water supplier, supports Pump Aid, a nonprofit organization to increase access to safe and clean water in Africa. Waiakea partners with Pump Aid to install pumps in remote villages to allow locals access clean and safe drinking water. Waiakea commits to helping Pump Aid continue its important cause of increasing access to safe and clean drinking water. Waiakea uses environmentally-friendly practices to help people access safe drinking water while conserving the environment. In every 20 seconds or so, a child dies from water related issues. It could be in the form of thirst, disease, or natural calamity. Waiakea looks forward to addressing this by helping build up Pump Aid. The initiative between Pump Aid and Waiakea springs will contribute toward reducing water-related deaths. Besides, it will create better and wider access to clean, safe drinking water.

Waiakea water can be highly sating, especially when served cold. Besides, its benefits are remarkable and unending. Waiakea sources its water from the Big Island of Hawaii where it rains throughout the year. That means Waiakea has a constant flow of clean, fresh water. Again, its water contains an optimal amount of silica. Recent studies have shown that silica can reduce the risks of Alzheimer’s disease.

Ryan Emmons, aged 22, is the founder of Waiakea. He discovered something special in the Hawaiian water after spending the summers and winters with his family in Hawaii in 2012. Despite stiff competition in the beverage industry, Ryan Emmons saw an opportunity of growth. Today, Waiakea’s value stands at $10million. It has experienced 4000% growth since its inception in 2012. In the last three years, Waiakea has sold 122,400 cases up from 2,304.