Why the Waiakea Water Brand is Special

With the upgrade of the economy and technology, there are many changes that we have to live with, in our daily life. For example, many people are now consuming bottled water. Some like the bottled water because they have a great pH and they are cleaner compared to running water.

However, what people do not understand is that some companies may be packing the running water and changing its pH through machines. The pH scale ranges from 0-14, with 0 being the most acidic and 14 being the most alkaline. 7 is neutral while products below 5.5 are considered strongly acidic. Your body needs to maintain an optimum pH of 7.4. Consuming acidic products may affect your body’s health as well as collude your teeth. Some people do not know that some of the beverages that they take are very acidic.

The Waiakea Water product is mindful of their customer’s health, and their water has a great pH of 8.2. The water brand is pure volcanic water from the Mauna Loa where it is always raining. The fans of the Waiakea Water products pride in the fact that the water is purely volcanic.

The water bottles have improved the economy, and many people are benefiting from the sales. The total value of the products is approximated to be $100 billion around the world. The issue is the environmental problem. For example, last year the number of bottles consumed was 50 billion, the sad part is that only 12 billion bottles were recycled, the rest are out there polluting the environment. The once beautiful beaches are now littered. If this continues, the next generation may never have a place to relax.

The plastic water bottle is non-organic. It takes 1000s of years to decay. The Waiakea Water has decided to solve the issue by introducing a plastic bottle that will take a maximum of 15 years to decay. This will help save the environment in the future. It is so noble of the water brand to take the initiative of protecting the environment. We can only hope that the other water brands follow the same route and save the well-being of the environment.

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