Waiakea

When anyone thinks of Hawaii they think of a tropical paradise that sits in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. These islands rose from active volcanoes that continue to rumble to this day. The island of Hawaii is home to the Mauna Loa volcano. This volcano is the largest in the world and in the warm weather climate of Hawaii is known for it’s snow covered peaks. Learn more about Waiakea Spring: http://www.newyou.com/health/fresh-volcano-water/

As the snow melts off Mauna Loa the water is filtered down the mountain creating some of the finest drinking water available. This water was enjoyed yearly by Ryan Emmons and his family. Ryan realized the taste was unlike any other water he had ever had.

Ryan Emmons founded Waiakea water to bring to the masses. When taking your first sip of this water the softness of the water stops you in your tracks. This lends to the 30mg of silica that naturally occur in the process of running through the volcanic rocks to the Waiakea spring.

The water is high in electrolytes like sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium. The PH level in the water is naturally achieved and higher than that of other waters. The natural and healing affects of this water are numerous. There is no doubt that this water is truly an amazing find.

Ryan Emmons also knew he had an opportunity to help others while making a difference environmentally. The bottling process for the water is made with 100 percent recycled polyethylene terephthalate, a BPA free plastic that uses less energy to make than regular water bottles. According to Gust, Waiakea Water is the first to be certified Carbon Neutral, a stand out certification showing this companies dedication to the earth.

Emma’s believes everyone should have access to clean, healthy water. He has partnered with charity organization Pump Aid. Pump Aid works to bring a clean water supply to communities in rural Africa that otherwise would suffer.

So far they have helped 1.35 million people of Africa get clean, safe water and sanitation. This life changing partnership has helped these communities get water pumps changing the lives of these communities for years to come.