Waiākea Springs Cares For Mother Earth

Waiakea Springs Water is sourced from Mauna Loa volcano. The Mauna Loa volcano is in a very isolated area that is virtually undisturbed and is surrounded by a bio-diverse ecological system. The Kea’au aquifer is sustained by rain water that trickles down the slopes. Over two hundred inches of melted snow and rain water collect in the Kea’au aquifer annually. This equates to roughly three hundred and ninety three million gallons of fresh water daily.

The amount of collected water in the Kea’au aquifer is amazing. There is enough collected monthly to supply the yearly global demand. Waiākea bottles less than one percent of this drinkable water. Waiākea is extremely energy efficient and eco-friendly. Waiākea utilizes thirty three percent renewable energy, and twenty five percent of it is geothermal. Waiākea Springs has been able to achieve an astounding carbon neutral certification. The bottle used to contain the Kea’au aquifer water is 100% RPET. This means the bottle is high grade and and composed of recycled polyethylene terephtalate. These bottles use eighty five percent less energy to produce and ninety percent less water during production. Additionally, carbon emissions are cut by 90% during the creation of the Waiākea Springs water bottle.

Waiākea Springs water is enriched with minerals, electrolytes, alkaline pH and it is filtered through the pourous volcanic rock at the Kea’au aquifer. The electrolytes that Waiākea Springs water is enriched with are potassium and sodium and the minerals are calcium chloride and magnesium chloride. These electrolytes and minerals provide optimal hydration.

Hawaiians refer to themselves as the children of the land and they abide by a practice where they are to respect and care for the land. By creating environmentally friendly water bottles and achieving a carbon neutral certification, Waiākea Springs water is holding true to the Hawaiians’ belief to care for the earth by keeping mother nature in mind during their entire production process.

Learn more about Waiakea water here!