Waiakea Water: Introduction of Degradable Bottles

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is set to use degradable bottles. The bottles will be 100% reusable and use TimePlast which is the only additive used in the manufacture of the containers. The brand claims the additive lowers the lifespan of the bottles from 1500 years to approximately 15 years.

The founder and the CEO of Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water, Ryan Emmons, say the manufacture of the new bottle requires more attention since the polymers will be different from the typical plastic bottles. During the manufacturing process of the degradable container, TimePlast additive is introduced while the traditional chemical ingredients are replaced with less complex links. This weakens the bottle hence reducing its lifespan.

Although the bottle has the same qualities as the standard plastic bottle, it took almost five years of experiments to come up with the degradable bottle. The most prominent challenge the brand overcame was to match the qualities of the regular bottle.

The cost of TimePlast additive is unimportant as to be not worth considering. This is because of how it is used at the initial stages of manufacturing process.

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is ranked as one of the best volcanic water brands that originated in Hawaii. The company produces incredible bottles of water by using the influence of volcanos. Waiakea is dedicated to delivering quality water, in addition to serving its customers to satisfy.

Waiakea Volcanic Water is not only available in Hawaii and the United States, but it is available in countries where people want a taste of quality volcanic water.

At the age of 22, Ryan Emmons co-founded the Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water. The company has a yearly growth percentage of 170. The company is currently valued at $10 million. It sources its water from Mauna Loa volcano, which is rich in minerals such as calcium, potassium, and magnesium. These minerals are essential for bones, hair, skin, and nails.