The very innovative Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water brand will start using a full degradable bottle by the end of next year. The push to change their original bottles into the brand new nano-degradable ones will ultimately reduce the lifespan of the packaging by roughly ninety-three percent. For many years, scientist have worked hard to create the perfect technology to change what the packing industry distributes for the better. These new Waiakea Water bottles will be absolutely a hundred percent recyclable. Regular plastics can take thousands of years to fully break down, the new Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water packaging will break down much faster. It will use TimePlast, a patented and nano-degradable additive for all plastics. This tech additive will be used during the manufacturing process and the plastic’s original chemical bonds will be substituted with a less complex ones. The plastic will now be weaken and have a shorter ecological footprint, thus being extremely eco-friendly in the long haul. This will be TimePlast’s first time partnering up with a company to use specifically for packaging.
In 2012, the Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water company was founded by successful entrepreneur, Ryan Emmons. Emmons longed for a beverage company that was environmentally conscious and socially responsible. His company has become a huge success and its annual profits have increase over 170 percent since their start.
The story of how Waiakea Water came to be all started when Ryan Emmons would visit Hawaii for his family summer and winter vacations. The water in the area where he vacationed at was so pure and naturally filtered that he wanted to share it with the world. The pristine water is naturally filtered through thousands of feet of the Mauna Loa volcano. The naturally enriched waters are filled with magnesium, calcium, potassium and sodium. This mineral packed water goes down silky smooth and also has electrolytes, 30mg of silica and alkaline.
The company has a very charitable background, they have partnered with the organization Pump Aid to help vulnerable areas in Africa get a continuous flow of fresh water. Each bottle of water sold will help contribute to this cause.http://www.medicaldaily.com/alkaline-water-vs-plain-drinking-water-can-waiakea-bottled-water-lead-optimal-health-330396