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  • BUY A TEE, PLANT 5 TREES

    We are thrilled to introduce Waiakea's sustainable and ethical apparel line! Aside from being extra soft and comfy, these tees embody Waiakea’s mission to Live Sustainably. With each apparel item purchased, Waiakea will plant five trees to aid in the restoration of healthy forests in Haiti, Madagascar, Ethiopia and Nepal. By partnering with Eden Projects, Waiakea aims to have a global positive [...]
  • Hawa Ali: The Story of a Future

      Hawa Ali is a 50 year old woman from Mwalabu village. She represents a growing global network of people currently benefitting from the Pump Aid initiatives that are in conjunction with Waiakea. The work that Pump Aid does is critical during this global water crisis. Although access to clean water is a fundamental right, for many, it is a life or death daily struggle. But you can help change [...]
  • Why Clean drinking water is a global crisis

    650 million people across the world live without access to clean water. That equates to 1 in every 10 people worldwide. Or, twice the population of the United States. Access to clean water is a fundamental human right. But obtaining this basic life necessity can be backbreaking, all consuming work that sustains gender inequality. Women and young girls devote their days to lugging 40 pounds of [...]

BUY A TEE, PLANT 5 TREES

We are thrilled to introduce Waiakea's sustainable and ethical apparel line! Aside from being extra soft and comfy, these tees embody Waiakea’s mission to Live Sustainably. With each apparel item purchased, Waiakea will plant five trees to aid in the restoration of healthy forests in Haiti, Madagascar, Ethiopia and Nepal. By partnering with Eden Projects, Waiakea aims to have a global positive [...]
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Hawa Ali: The Story of a Future

  Hawa Ali is a 50 year old woman from Mwalabu village. She represents a growing global network of people currently benefitting from the Pump Aid initiatives that are in conjunction with Waiakea. The work that Pump Aid does is critical during this global water crisis. Although access to clean water is a fundamental right, for many, it is a life or death daily struggle. But you can help change [...]
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Why Clean drinking water is a global crisis

650 million people across the world live without access to clean water. That equates to 1 in every 10 people worldwide. Or, twice the population of the United States. Access to clean water is a fundamental human right. But obtaining this basic life necessity can be backbreaking, all consuming work that sustains gender inequality. Women and young girls devote their days to lugging 40 pounds of [...]
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what makes water taste good?

How would you describe the flavor profile of your average glass of water? “Tasteless," “plain," "nothing" are words that might come to mind. But, if you take a second to really taste your water (que water snobs), you may find that there's definitely a unique taste and mouthfeel to be discovered.
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Most Awarded Bottled water

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic water was among the most awarded bottled water brands of 2015. Six prestigious award platforms recognized Waiakea as a leader in the beverage space for its taste, design and innovation. Awards won in 2015 include The National Restaurant Association, Food and Beverage Innovation Award (FABI) Dojour Magazine, Most Elite Bottled Water on the Market Good Morning America [...]
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Pineapple Jack-o-lanterns

 When it comes to Halloween, why do pumpkins get to have all of the fun? We decided to skip the traditional jack-o-lantern and show pineapples some love. Voila: we give you the Pine-O-Lantern.
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One Way South

A one-way plane ticket, one 1977 Dodge Tradesman, one thousand miles of open road, and only ONE way home… ‘A’ ohe hana nui ke alu ‘ia - No task is too big when done together by all
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The Difference Between Artificial & Naturally Alkaline Water

You may have heard people mention the phrase "artificially alkaline water" and wondered what they meant by that. Isn't water either alkaline or not alkaline? The confusion originates with the market's current infatuation with a water's pH - the higher the pH, the higher the alkalinity, the better it is for you, right? Unfortunately, it's not that simple. In fact, there can be some serious health [...]
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Bottled Water Delivery: 5 things that differentiate great bottled water from bad

Choosing a bottled water delivery service for your home or office can be confusing; too many options and not enough time. Often, people will find themselves comparing apples to oranges, or what feels like it. Here, we break down the 5 major categories that differentiate great bottled water from bad. 
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Big Island Travel Tips: Go Local

The Big Island of Hawai'i is the land of fiery volcanoes, secluded waterfalls, snowcapped mountains, rainforests, volcanic-black sand beaches, and even alpine lakes. This geographically unique and tropical island is a rugged paradise, perfect for those looking for adventure and natural beauty. Below is a list of things to do and see that will leave you immersed in the local magic of the Big [...]
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Become a Waiakea Brand Ambassador!

We're looking for our next brand ambassador! Is that you? Show us how you #LiveWaiakea and be entered to become a Waiakea Ohana! Are you an adventure hunter, health nut, fitness fanatic, or a steward of 'aina (Mother Earth)? Show us how you embody the Waiakea spirit by: Posting a photo with a bottle of Waiakea on Instagram demonstratin
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Clean water: the most direct way to help poor communities

We are excited to share that 2 new Elephant Pumps have been installed in the villages of Kamganga and Disimasi, Malawi, collectively serving 276 people with clean water! Sponsorship of a water pump project is the most direct way to help poor communities. Clean water not only saves lives, but fosters economic growth and education. 
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