What Ryan Emmons Has Accomplished

Forbes is proud to announce that the Environmentally friendly bottled water company Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water reached a growth of approximately 4,000 percent.

The premium company, which is also based on a triple bottom line platform, has definitely stood out from its competitors with its achievement. It currently has a worth of least $9 million and an exponential annual growth of around 170 percent.

Not only that, but Waiakea Water was founded less than five years ago. Also, as an incentive and in order to meet its skyrocketing demands, it will open a new manufacturing facility in Hawaii.

According to PR News Wire, the idea of founding Waiakea Water dates back to Ryan Emmons’ college days. He wanted to create a product that was sustainable and that had a combination of socially conscious components. And thankfully, his dream became a reality because he has also helped a lot of people through his efforts.

Organic Authority said that Waiakea Water, since 2012, has donated in total over 500 million liters of clean water to underdeveloped countries. This company’s donations have been possible thanks to a partnership that it has with Pump Aid, organization which has been helping many communities Africa especially.

What also makes Waiakea water so great is that it is highly sustainable. The Pahoa, aquifer, for instance, has a recharge rate of millions of gallons per day, which is incredible. The water is too filtered through more than 13,000 feet of porous volcanic rock.

Currently, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water has many loyalists in places like California and Washington.

Waiakea springs was recognized by the The CarbonNeutral Company in 2012. It was one of the first business of its kind to achieve carbon neutrality, something which is remarkable. In general, the tenets of this company revolve around health, sustainability and the well-being of the environment. According to Emmons, his company will start doing business in more countries in the future.

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