Waiakea Water donates water through Pump Aid

Water is the most important fluid on earth. In fact, many of the fluids that exist have a certain concentration of water. It is such an important fluid that no life can be sustained without water. 71 percent of the earth is covered by water. About 95 percent of the water is found in the seas and oceans, most of them being unsuitable for human health. Only two percent of all the water is suitable for human consumption. The fact that it is such a small percentage makes it very hard for some parts of the world to access it. There are areas where clean water for consumption is rare to find. Freshwater is used in activities such as farming among other factors. It is estimated that about 780 million people in the world do not have access to pure water. Even in areas where there is fresh water, contamination is bringing serious health challenges.

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is bringing changes in the water industry. It is creating a positive change all over the world. The operations of this company are taking effect across the globe making it one of the most effective water companies in the world. The company has been insisting on sustainable practices in the processing of bottled water. Due to its commitment to sustainability, it has been listed as the first Carbon neutral-certified bottled water in the United States.

For every one bottle of water that this company is selling, it is donating to Pump Aid, a whole week’s water for supply in Africa. The highest percentage of people who lack clean water for consumption are located in sub-Saharan Africa. The number keeps on going up and therefore the need to bring changes that will facilitate water supply in the region.

Pump Aid is a philanthropic organization that is doing a lot in maintaining the supply of clean water in Malawi. It is one of the countries that has the lowest water consumption in the world. Its per capita consumption of water stands at 15-20 liters per days. In the united states, the same demands 300-380 liters per day.

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