The world’s first ever completely degradable water bottle is going to be launched next year by Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water. They are the founding partner of TimePlast. This extraordinary invention is going to sweep the nation coming next year. It is an additive that will degrade water bottles 97 percent faster that the traditional bottles. They are also already 100 percent recyclable. TimePlast is a first and the only of its kind to be invented. They also have a patent for it. People are not so excited about bottled water because the plastic itself takes about 1,500 years to degrade. With this new additive it will take only 15 years, shortening its life dramatically. TimePlast puts on the additive and it drastically weakens the plastic, thus making the chemical bond less complicated. These upgraded water bottles will not look and perform any differently that the traditional bottles and will reduce the plastic’s carbon footprint by a whopping 65 percent.
Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is the most refreshing water bottle company to hit the scene in a while. Some of their competitors have been around for a over half a century and focus on cutting costs to increase profits. Waiakea brings a different and more sustainable spin on this on the go drink.
Why is this brand becoming everyone’s favorite? Well, they focus on more than profits, but want to better the world at the same time. It’s a triad of goodness. Waiakea Water is good for the environment, healthy for your body, and gives back to the community. With those factors they have grown to incredibly heights of success. They even made it on the all-exclusive Inc. 500 list to boot.
What makes this fast growing company even more impressive is the age of the founder. Ryan Emmons was only 22 at the time of launching Waiakea. Since then it has grown over 4000 percent. This delicious and sustainable water comes from the snowmelt and rain on the beautiful and pure Mauna Loa volcano. It then travels through 14,000 feet of volcanic rock to deliver the best and most refreshing water found on earth.