December 26, 2017 · Business

If you ever walked down the aisle of your favorite grocery store, then you’ve taken note of the seemingly endless selection of bottled water in glass bottles, in plastic bottles and in other newly formulated containers now touted as being Eco-friendly. That being said, today’s bottled water industry has now reached an impressive $100 billion industry globally with the Italians coming in as number one consumers. Read more about Waiakea Water on 10bestwater.com.

However, the truth is that there is nothing currently out on the market as sustainable or Eco-friendly as Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water. Furthermore, this dynamic exploding sales product has a distinctive advantage in that it actually originates in Hawaii in many aspects: corporate headquarters, Hawaiian in cultural harvesting and even uses colloquial phrases to describe its product.

Taking the words “wai akea” from the Hawaiian name meaning “broad waters,” the company has creatively used a selling point up to now not used by other bottlers–it really does come from a self-sustainable source–more than 14,000 feet of porous volcanic rock. The Mauna Loa volcano to be more precise.

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Another selling point that has caused this company to sky-rocket in sales is that their bottles are truly recycled and bio-degradable. With the five major plastic bottle pollution producers being China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, more than 60 percent of all plastic found in our oceans comes from these nations. Furthermore, 50 billion plastic water bottles of which only 23 percent were recycled come from the U.S. environment alone on a yearly basis.

However, the latest Eco-friendly selling point which beats out the other competitors is that 2018 brings the latest offering from Waiakea–the world’s truly first bio-degradable water bottles. In a brilliant move that is poised to revolutionize the industry, Waiakea Water will be able to fully degrade and break down its plastic bottles in less than 15 years time instead of centuries.

It’ll be interesting to watch as this already named one of Inc. 500’s fastest growing companies in the U.S. creates a major breakthrough for bottlers–and for the environment as well. Visit BevNet to know more.

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