Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water will introduce fully degradable bottles as from next year. This move will lower the lifespan of the packaging by approximately 98 percent. As reported by the company, most scientists are currently approaching plastic packaging from an entirely different perspective by employing technology that may transform the CPG industry across the globe. Notably, this new packaging is 100 percent recyclable.
The company will be the first to apply TimePlast technology in their packaging. This is the only patented additive and is used in nano-degradation of plastic materials. The delayed invention of this technique can be attributed due to the diverted focus of scientific researchers towards the development of stronger polymers as opposed to making them weaker. Most of these conventional approaches to reducing plastic pollution focus at making the plastics degradable. Waiakea seeks to apply a different notion whereby the plastic is degraded by chemical means right at the manufacturing stage.
Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water brand manufactures incredible water bottles with the aid of volcanic power. The company focuses on ensuring a fast bottling process, provision of additional natural minerals, as well as ensuring customers remain 100 percent satisfied. Other than Hawaii and the United States, the company distributes its bottled water to different countries across the world satisfy their customer’s craving for the high-quality water.https://www.bevnet.com/news/2017/waiakea-hawaiian-volcanic-water-announces-fully-degradable-bottle
Since its establishment in 2012, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water has developed its products through unique processes of sustainability aimed at enhancing positivity across the globe. The company founder, Ryan Emmons, was inspired by the Hawaiian culture. The values community emphasize on ensuring a sustainable world than merely in wealth accumulation. Other than an eco-friendly foundation and social consciousness, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is also known for philanthropy. The company, for instance, has partnered with Pump Aid to donate over 650 liters of clean water for every liter sold.