It would be hard for anyone to remember a bottled water brand that dd so much for the community before Waiakea Water burst on to the scene only a few years ago. As soon as the company started making profits, they were already donating portions of their revenue to help needy Hawaiians and local charitable organizations. The company tapped into a nature resource of the best tasting water on the planet, so they feel obligated to give back, but no one could have predicted how much. Visit forbes.com to know more.
It is one thing to donate piles of cash to people around the world who need help, it is another to help them to help themselves. By partnering with PumpAid, Waiakea Water has been able to provide poor nations the ability to help themselves access one of the most basic human resources. Volunteers from Waiakea Water arrive at these communities ready to work. They team up with locals who acquire the tools and equipment, then show them how to build a well and install the elephant pump. Once installed, the team educates elders so they can pass on the information to future generations.
While efforts are being made globally to help those who need access to clean water, Waiakea Water is also working tirelessly on another front with TimePlast. The two have partnered to develop a plastic addictive that has the ability to shrink the lifespan of a plastic bottle from 150 years all the way down to only 15 years. This means that instead of these plastic bottles filling up the landfills around the world at an alarming rate, these bottles can be completely decomposed by next decade.
CEO of Waiakea Water, Ryan Emmons, says that the need for such an additive is long overdue. Although his company has been using plastic for their bottles from recycled material, he felt this was not enough. Instead of leaving this generations trash for generations well in the future, the new plastic addictive will eliminate the trash and help to clear the way for others in this industry to follow suit and help with this global issue. Read more articles on Affiliate Dork.