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Waiakea Water Cares About the Environment

The bottled water industry is a $100 billion industry with a big problem. Most bottled water companies use plastic bottles, which by themselves aren’t bad. The problem is that very few people care to recycle plastic of any kind. Plastic is a recyclable material, people just don’t it.

One of the major reasons plastic isn’t recycled is because there aren’t many sources that recycle in most parts of the world. It’s sad to say, but recycling is a luxury that most people can’t afford. It’s not as easy to recycle in one place as it may be in another.

Recycling is something that everyone has to come together to accomplish. It wouldn’t be such a bad thing to use plastic bottles if there were more convenient ways to recycle it. Instead, most countries choose to pour all their garbage into landfills or the ocean.

By now, everyone knows about all the plastic floating in the ocean, but no one seems to care about fixing that problem. Instead, people just ignore it until it comes up in the news. Then, there’s a bunch of arguing and blaming and nothing gets done anyway, so people just go back to ignoring the problem.

Waiakea Water is addressing that problem starting at the source. It seems like Waiakea Water understands that recycling plants aren’t around every corner, so they started using degradable plastic bottles. Unlike regular plastic bottles, these bottles don’t harm the environment and can be easily recycled.

The biggest advantage to Waiakea Water’s bottles is that they break down in 15 years. Most plastic bottles break down over 1,000 from now. Their bottling making process is even environmentally conscious. There’s absolutely nothing to hate about Waiakea Water. Everyone is quickly making the conversion to drinking only Waiakea bottled water.

It will take a few years before the rest of the beverage catches up, but once they do, things will be better.

http://www.charmcitybeverage.com/water/waiakea-hawaiian-volcanic-water

https://www.bevnet.com/news/2017/waiakea-hawaiian-volcanic-water-announces-fully-degradable-bottle