Waiakea Water Begins Bottling Using Degradable Plastic

Manufacturing industries regardless of the sector they are in, they carry a potential of polluting the environments with their by-products and packaging wastes. Waiakea water being an organization cautious about corporate social responsibility and environmental degradation it has gone a notch higher in packaging using Timeplast Material. Ordinarily, plastic has a lifespan of about 1,500 years which technically makes it be described as degradable. However, this material has a reduced lifespan of 15 years approximately 98% down from conventional component.

Ryan Emmons, the CEO of Waiakea Water, says the invention of timeplast nano-additive bottles would have come much earlier, but it wasn’t easy to almost 100% breakdown a material yet maintains its state without alteration. He attaches the delay to scientific research which majorly focuses on improving plastic regarding versatility and tensile strength. Eschewing this notion, plastic degradation has been chemically accelerated as opposed to the natural way of degradation.

About Waiakea Water

Waiakea Water is based in Hawaii and has been sourcing quenching, natural-tasting and mineral potent from the volcano landscape. Water is bottled under specific standards of Ph ranging from 7.8 to 8.8 and about 10mg of minerals in each bottle. The main ones being magnesium, potassium, sodium, calcium and silica electrolyte not only to refresh but also be healthy.

This company has the patented right to manufacture and after that package the beverage in the timeplast material. Timeplast is 100% RPET, resilient and it of low density. Besides, it is recyclable, and its lifespan significantly reduced through chemical induction of carbon wax to make the material compose faster. This makes it eco-friendly since it can disintegrate 98%.

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water has the stamp of approval from the United States Patent and Trademark quality assurance department. It initially served the American market but has since then expanded to export and sale to other geographical areas. It is packaging which not only is it eco-friendly but appeals and is functional at the same time. Waiakea water was founded in 2012 by Ryan Emmons who is the sole founder and the current Chief Executive Officer. It one of the best premium water already in use by top-ranked hospitality facilities.