With many companies dealing with bottled water, it is becoming hard by the day to stick to a particular brand; unless the company which produces your favorite brand keeps improving their product. To beat thousands of other competitors, the company must have unique selling points. As for the Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Bottled Water Company, their unique selling points cover three main areas. Health, environmental conservation and charity work.
Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Bottled Water does not just keep you hydrated. Started in 2012 by Ryan Emmons, the company uses a natural filtration process which prevents contamination by harmful chemicals. Waiakea water boasts of a nitrate level of as low as 0.59 mg per liter. Also, the Waiakea Water PH value stands at approximately 8.2 which gives it a “sweet” aftertaste.
Another health benefit of Waiakea Water is the mineral composition. Among other essential minerals, it contains silica which makes it have a silky smooth taste. It has a TDS of 110. Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Bottled Water is from the Mauna Loa Volcano in Hawaii. The volcano sits at 2,400 miles from the nearest industry. This makes the environment around the volcano one of the purest and most refreshing in the World. The water filters through porous rocks.
Another unique selling proposition that makes Waiakea Water is the company’s effort to conserve the environment. Their bottles are 100 percent recyclable plastics. Additionally, they use fully degradable plastic bottles which will only take 15 years to decompose. For their efforts at conserving the environment and reducing pollution, the company holds Carbon Neutral certification.
Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Bottled Water Company also gives back to the community. Knowing that a portion of the money you give to the company goes towards helping someone in need is satisfying. The company also provides clean water to many Malawian people that are in need. Waiakea Water also collaborates with other non-governmental organizations to help conserve the environment. They support planting of tree exercises in Hawaii. Also, they are vigorously involved in charity organizations that are working in the field of education. Another area that they support is the provision of clean water initiatives.