Gust had to say that Waiakea water is redefining what it means to be a responsible company providing healthy water to drink and being environmentally and socially responsible at the same time. Volcanic waters are a special kind of spring water that are filtered through the volcano and for this reason are rich in naturally occurring minerals. Learn more about Waiakea water: http://www.aquagrade.com/bottle/waiakea-hawaiian-volcanic-water/
Potassium, magnesium, sodium, and calcium are some of the minerals that the water picks up from this rich natural source. These minerals not only make water taste great but they also flood the body with essential electrolytes when it is sipped. These naturally occurring electrolytes are essential for the human body’s peak function.
Anyone who is trying to incorporate healthier ways of living life can start with their drinking water. It is the most simple change one can make, even easier than changing their diet to organic foods or adopting an exercise regimen. Drinking water is also one of the most essential human functions, even more important than eating or exercise.
According to New You, Water bottled at Waiakea Spring is bottled in an environmentally friendly way. The plant that bottles the water is partly run on a renewable resource. The bottling plant is run on over 30% renewable energy and the bottles themselves are actually make of 100% recycled material.
This is a Carbon Neutral company, and one of the first bottled water companies to be deemed as such. So while people are fighting to be healthier in their own lifestyles, they can do so while knowing they are making a responsible choice, by choosing a bottled water that is CarbonNeutral and also supports social initiatives to bring clean drinking water to other areas of the planet.
Waiakea water has also donated over 500 liters of fresh drinking water to parts of rural Africa where clean drinking water is hard to come by. There are pump systems in stalled called Elephant Pumps that make it easier for people to have access to clean drinking water.
The pumps are based on a 3,000 system and are still effective today. Waiakea water is really catching on to history being the wiser, with their water being moved through ancient volcanos and older design plans.